The claimant appealed the Tribunal’s decision that she was failed to attend an IE in relation to a claimed prescription expense. The claimant argued that the SABS does not permit an IE in relation to prescriptions. The Divisional Court granted the appeal, holding that only items required to be submitted on a treatment plan could be referred to IE. Items permitted to be submitted by way of OCF-6 could not be assessed at an IE. The Court also held that the $250 threshold referred to in section 38(2) did not apply to prescription. Rather, it only applied to “goods with a cost of $250 or less per item.” The Court wrote that the adjudicator ought to have followed the FSCO decision in Ward v. State Farm, which was persuasive authority for the claimant’s position.