25 (Significant/separately identifiable E/M service)
57 (decision for surgery)
AI (inpatient E/M's) - admitting physician of record
32 - mandated services
Those are the only modifiers that go on E/M codes, that I can think of. AI is actually a HCPCS modifier...
What kind of clarification did you need? You use modifiers to identify unusual circumstances, where the CPT description is inadequate to fully describe the situation, or when services are performed together that are could be considered incidental to one another, or that aren't normally both done in the same encounter.
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