CMS has announced the redesign of the beneficiary Medicare Summary Notice (MSN) to enhance clarity and help seniors identify potential fraud, waste, and abuse. The MSN lists all services or supplies that providers and suppliers billed to Medicare during a 3-month period on behalf of the beneficiary, which CMS notes will help beneficiaries spot claims for services they never received.  In a press release announcing the MSN redesign, CMS also touted its anti-fraud efforts, noting that the since March 2011, the agency has revoked the Medicare billing number of 14,663 providers and suppliers. According to CMS, the number of revocations has quadrupled in 18 states since ACA screening and review requirements were enacted and proactive data analysis was implemented to identify potential license discrepancies of enrolled individuals and entities.