The provider must submit an Individualized Program Plan that identifies the ancillary goods and services needed for the participant to obtain authorization from the CRS program staff member. For durable medical equipment an evaluation or a prescription is required to verify medical necessity. A quote with the MSRP must be submitted to the CRS program staff for pre-authorizations. The provider summarizes in detail the ancillary goods and services provided, justifies the need (for example, by including assessments and quotes for costs), and submits supporting documentation (such as receipts for prescriptions). See Chapter 6 General Billing Guidelines for additional information.