I'm not quite sure if I understand your question. If you are coding inpatient records, you wouldn't use an e/m code or any code from CPT for that matter. You would use ICD-9 vol. 3 for all procedure codes. To ensure that you are coding inpatient and outpatient correctly, i recommend reading the guidelines in ICD-9 with regards to inpatient and outpatient diagnosis codes.
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