Tell Us Your Story

Your experience matters.

Stories about the real-life experiences of older adults, people with disabilities and their family caregivers will help the public, policymakers and the press recognize the urgent need for better care. Personal stories are among the most powerful tools we have to make change happen.

Your stories are the foundation upon which better health policies are built. Personal stories show how health care policy affects your lives, and help us enlighten lawmakers about problems and trends that you help us identify. For example,

Your story will help the Medicare Rights Centerís efforts to improve Medicare. We are currently working to improve the Medicare drug benefit, curb abuses by Medicare private plans and end the two-year wait for Medicare for people with disabilities.

We are also working with the Campaign for Better Care to collect consumer stories. These stories will help us press for the changes that people with Medicare and their families urgently need.

We respect your privacy. We will always ask for your permission before sharing your name and contact information with anyone.

If you have a story to tell, submit it below.

If you would like to read other people’s stories, please click one the links below:

People’s stories about Medicare private health plans.

People’s stories about Prescription drug coverage (Part D).



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We welcome all stories about the health care system. If you've suffered as a result of the system's deficiencies, please tell us so we can help expose how the system fails us. If you are happy with your current health care, please tell us how it is working for you.


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If you would like free assistance from one of our counselors, please call our toll-free hotline at 1-800-333-4114, between 9 am and 5 pm Eastern Time.