That is really up to your practice to set the fee. IMO, talk to one of the docs that perform this procedure, ask him how it compares to the work of a similar code. If, for example, he says its maybe about 25% more work than the similar code, add 25% to that fee. Does that make sense?the code in question happens to be a category III code, 0282T, for insertion of a peripheral nerve stimulator ... I can go out and find the Medicare fee, but, then how do I set our fee? How much of a percentage is added over and above the Medicare fee schedule? Thanks for the guidance.