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Get your Medicare Summary Notices (MSNs) electronically

Did you know you can now get your MSNs electronically? You can view and print your MSNs online at MyMedicare.gov by signing up for electronic MSNs (eMSNs). With eMSNs, you won’t have to wait 3 months to get your paper MSNs. You’ll get an email each month letting you know that your eMSNs are ready to view and print.
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Medicare Summary Notice (MSN)

Any non-covered charges. This field shows the portion of charges for services that are denied or excluded (never covered) by Medicare. A $0.00 in this field means that there were no denied or excluded services. A charge in this field means you are responsible for paying it. If you disagree with a non-covered charge, you should file an appeal.
Source: medicareinteractive.org

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