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What does $0 mean under Non-Covered Charges of your MSN?

What does it mean when there is a $0.00 in the Non-Covered Charges field of your Medicare Summary Notice for Inpatient and Outpatient Claims?

The Non-Covered Charges field of the Medicare Summary Notice (MSN) gives you an idea about the charges for services denied or excluded by the Medicare program for which you possibly will be billed. If a $0.00 appears in this field, it means that there were no services denied or excluded by Medicare for which you might be billed.

The total amount the provider is allowed to bill you is given in the You May Be Billed column of your MSN. It combines the deductible, the coinsurance and any non-covered charges. If you have supplemental insurance, it might pay all or part of this amount.

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