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No, it actually doesn’t have anything to do with your nose. Nosology is commonly defined as simply “the branch of medical science that deals with classification of diseases.”
3M’s Nosology Support team is made up of credentialed, experienced coders who can help you with both inpatient or outpatient coding questions and problems. So if a difficult question comes up, we can help resolve it quickly and get you back to doing what you do best. Who else does that for you but 3M?
How to contact 3M Nosology Support
You can reach the nosology team Monday through Friday by calling toll-free 800-435-7776. You can also visit the 3M client-only website any time at https://support.3mhis.com
Definitions manuals are complete guides to coding classification systems. These manuals provide:
An in-depth description of the classification system logic and structure
Listings of the groups
Background information and some discussion of the development process
Information for both Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) definitions manuals and 3M definitions manuals can be found here.
If you have questions about manual availability, please contact us via email.
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