I signed up for the plan, but it was not easy. I wanted to get it done by the deadline, so thankfully my pharmacist walked me through the process. I hope I picked the right plan.”

- Paul K., 68
Savannah, Ga.

I did not sign up for Medicare Part D since I still get health benefits from my employer. I guess I’ll worry about it when I finally am able to retire, but by then, they may have an entirely different plan to learn.”

- Hazel Z., 56
Stillwater, Minn.

My daughter is married to a doctor, so the two of them took care of everything for me. I didn’t have to go through the hassle, which I’m very grateful for. They were worried that it would be too taxing for me, especially since my wife just died.”

- John W., 81
Chicago

I know it’s not good to say this, but I didn’t sign up for the coverage just to avoid the whole process. I had a couple of friends who went through it, and they can only describe it as an ordeal. So, because I’m lazy, I probably missed out.”

- Joanne B., 68
Garden City, N.J.