December 24, 2001

MCPDS Revenue Model

December 24, 2001

Revenues will be derived from:

Marketing of the MCPDS Service will initially focus on Physicians, Hospitals, Pharmacists and Health Care Professionals


Initial product sales will be to Pharmacists, Physicians, and Health Care Professionals.

Product Sales

Monthly usage fees for access to the MCPDS Database

Usage Fees

Patented Business Model will accord fee based authority for others to provide similar services.


24 December 2001

Microbyte Technologies

I. Introduction

The Medication Compatibility Profile Data System, (MCPDS) is a database information service

primarily and directly intended to benefit the patients-customers of physicians, pharmacists, and other health care professionals, and;

significantly reduce the prevalent incidence of the potentially harmful or fatal errors associated with improper consumption schedules of medications-supplements-herbs.

A lack of cross-referenced medication-supplement-herb monograph data and

the present lack of any computer applications to integrate such a cross reference to the dosage

frequency schedule for multiple applications of medications-supplements-herbs,

on an individual and customized basis,

gives rise to the danger of improper consumption of such substances. Such dangerous circumstances may lead to potentially damaging or fatal mixtures of medications-supplementsherbs.

MCPDS will address and enhance the ability of - physicians - pharmacists - health care professionals - to provide accurate and customized directions for the safe consumption of pharmaceuticals - supplements - herbs;

MCPDS will expand the value and availability of the information and directions for the safe, proper and effective consumption of - prescription medications-supplements-herbs.

MCPDS will sort, compare and analyse - medication - supplement - herb monographs, in conjunction with prescription dosage directives in order to produce a customized medicationsupplement-herb consumption schedule for multiple substance therapies.

MCPDS will distinguish between similarly sounding, and similarly spelled medication names to help prevent mistake.

MCPDS will promote safe scheduling of the intake of medications-supplements-herbs - in consideration of all available monograph data and provide patients-customers with informative monograph reports.

II. Architecture of the Product

MCPDS is basically a software application, compatible with operating systems for

(1) personal computers,
(2) the Internet
(3) hand-held wireless data storage and transfer devices, and
(4) mobile dispensers.
Defined Functions

a) medication-supplement-herb monograph database access

(i) update – modify

(ii) integrate existing database b) Patient - Customer database access (i) update – modify
(ii) integrate existing database c) produce prescription drug container labels

d) compare medication-supplement-herb monograph data e) create detailed dosage schedule

(i) frequency
(ii) specified times

(iii) separations

(iv) meals

(v) beverages f) create substance monograph reports

(i) cautions (vi) proper use of the medication
(ii) description (vii) side-effects
(iii) disease interactions (viii) storage
(iv) food interactions (ix) warnings
(v) how the drug works

g) report possible substance combination danger

h) control medication dispenser functions

i) email send-receive

j) pager

k) glossary of terms

l) auto spelling checker

m) medical-condition/dosage compatibility verification

Component Parts of the Product

a) medication-supplement-herb database

b) Patient - Customer database

c) label maker

d) email

e) wireless pager/email device

f) medication-supplement-herb dispenser

III. Service and Information Flow

The following pictorial diagrams graphically illustrate the interconnectivity of MCPDS and

1. Physician’s Data Interface

(a) Personal Computer (PC)
(i) Office
(ii) Hospital
(iii) Mobile
(b) Internet (i) MCPDS Database
(c) Wireless MCPDS
(i) Office
(ii) Hospital

(iii) Mobile

(A) 900 Mhz
(B) Cell Network

2. Pharmacist’s Data Interface

(a) Pharmacy

(i) PC
(ii) Internet

(iii) Wireless MCPDS

(A) 900 Mhz
(B) Cell Network

3. Health Care Professional’s (HCP) Data Interface

(a) Office

(i) PC
(ii) Internet

(iii) Wireless MCPDS

(A) 900 Mhz
(B) Cell Network

4. Individual Customer Access

(a) Internet

(i) Fee Based Each customized MCPDS Report is billed to customer


  Suggested Consumption Schedule & Monographs
VII. How profit will be created.
  1. Initial system and device purchases by physicians, pharmacists and health care professionals;

  2. use of the MCPDS database by physicians, pharmacists and health care professionals on a monthly fee schedule basis;

  3. use of the MCPDS database by individuals on a single-use point-of-sale basis.

VIII. Why profit will be generated.

1. Unique Service

For the first time, the power of database resources will be made available to generate customized medication - supplement - herb dosage schedules.

2. Managed service

Microbyte Technologies re-packages crucial medical data in a readily available and convenient form. The MCPDS software can collate and produce reports and schedules from authorized data sources at the touch of a button, when accessed by participating physicians, pharmacists and health care professionals.

3. Review and manage unique customer profiles in one place

Microbyte Technologies MCPDS provides the health care professional with instant secure access to critical medication-supplement-herb monographs and dosage schedules customized to the customer’s specific needs.

4. Wireless integration

Microbyte Technologies MCPDS is designed to function on wireless hand-held devices which will enable a physician to access patient data through the office or hospital MCPDS computer. Physicians will be able to transmit by secure email protocols, prescription orders directly to participating pharmacies.

5. Secure control of potentially dangerous substances.

MCPDS software will drive a medication dispenser which will control scheduled release of prescribed medications. The dispenser must be returned to the pharmacy for refills and updates to medication therapy. Any tampering will terminate the medication release program and page the pharmacy about the suspicious event. Used at pharmacist’s discretion for uniquely hazardous prescription medications.

IX. Summary of opportunity

Who are the sellers and buyers?

Sellers: Microbyte Technologies

Buyers: (Markets to be approached in the US)

  1. 777,000 Physicians

  2. 55,000 Pharmacies

  3. 6,000 Health Food stores

By building a service that is structured around the attributes which MCPDS will deliver to physicians, pharmacists, and health care professionals, those service providers can:

1) Increase the effectiveness of their respective services by the addition of information which has a direct impact on the health and safety of their customers.

2) Increase revenue by providing unique, valuable and ready access to individual customer data, which will be valuable as a permanent record source.

3) Drive repeat usage of the health professional’s services because of the seamless connectivity between physician, pharmacist and health care provider to valuable database information about unique medication-supplement-herb consumption.

4) Win business from physicians, pharmacists and health care providers by the power of the Medication Compatibility Profile Data System’s ability to enhance their services and expertise to their customers.

5) Win business from physicians, pharmacists and health care providers by providing additional protections enhancing the safe use of prescribed and recommended medications-supplements-herbs.

X. Market

Physicians, pharmacists, health care professionals and consumers are the ideal target for Microbyte Technologies MCPDS services. At present, there is no service available to fill the identified need in the medical market which MCPDS will provide.

MCPDS is to be marketed in four areas of the medical and health-food industry:

1. Physiciansa. used to access MCPDS specific patient medication data profiles
containing applicable drug monographs in office/hospital main computer
b. wireless email transmission of new prescription orders directly to the
patient’s pharmacy;
This technology will be based on a modified device similar to the
BlackBerry Wireless email system.

2. Pharmacists a. produce medicine container labels;

b. produce medication schedule;
c. produce appropriate monograph report;
d. store individual patient data in unique identification database
e. allow import of previously compiled individual patient data from old customer database record.
f. MCPDS based controlled substance dispenser.

3. HF Stores – a. produce medication schedule;

b. produce appropriate monograph report;
c. store individual customer data in unique identification database
d. allow import of previously compiled individual customer data from old customer database record, if any.

4. Individuals – Fee based access to MCPDS database monographs to produce a single schedule and monograph report for specifically identified medications supplements - herbs.

Note: Applies to all three (3) of the above.

This system may be both PC based and Internet based. Individual MCPDS users will use a password to log in to unique and customized MCPDS Internet based database for access to their unique customer data.