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A New, Self-Service, Telehealth Paradigm

For

Providing Healthcare Services

UNMANNED MICRO CLINIC

Medex Spot

DISRUPTIVE AND INTEGRATABLE

Short Overview

www.videokall.com

www.medexspot.com

see video at: www.medexspot.com/video2012


Waiting Room Conditions

Ease of Access

Scheduling

Waiting Times

Timeliness

Travel Time, Transport & Cost

Healthcare

User Frustrations and Issues

Availability

Language

User Cost

Medical Professional

Gender

see video at: www.medexspot.com/video2012


Medex Spot A new genre of Telehealth

Thousands of Unmanned Micro Clinics

Served by just a few Medical Call Centers located in hospitals

Two way video and data communications

see video at: www.medexspot.com/video2012


Medex Spot Approach

Medical Expertise

Self-Service

Adoption

Telecom Technology

Medex Spot

Network

Healthcare Industry

Interfaces

Customer- Focused

Triage & Outpatient

Services

Result: Effective, Interactive,

Person-to-Professional Communication

see video at: www.medexspot.com/video2012


Picture from Live Demo

Pre-production Cabin

Nurse Practitioner at

Medical Call Center

see video at: www.medexspot.com/video2012


Medex Spot Equipment

see video at: www.medexspot.com/video2012


Initial Service

Blood Pressure Cuff device

Digital Scales

Height Measuring device

Oximeter

Temporal Thermometer

Telephonic Stethoscope

Spirometer

Microscope camera

Glucose Meter

Disposable EKG Glove (Optional)

In 2+ Years, FDA-approved Devices Expected

Eye Examiner with Dilation

Skin Scanning Dietary Assessment

Vital Signs Devices

see video at: www.medexspot.com/video2012


First Medical Call Center

UNDER CONTRACT

Children’s Physician NetworkCPN Triage Service, MinneapolisUnder the direction of Peter J. Dehnel, MD,

Medical Director CPN Triage Service, and

Chairperson, American Academy of Pediatrics Section on Telehealthcare

see video at: www.medexspot.com/video2012


Medical Credentials

Shareholder

Ben Berg MD:lecturer at the Honolulu School of Medicine. Previously a US Army officer specializing in Telehealth.

Partners and Advisors

Dr. Gopinathan: a neurologist at the University of New York Medical School; the inventor and patent holder of the EKG glove device used in the MEDEX Spot system.

Heather MacLeod, LICSW, Director, CPN Triage Service in Minneapolis: Under agreement with VideoKall to be our first Medical Call Center.

John Pullano: VP of the Radiology department at Staten Island University hospital proposing that MEDEX Spot UMC cabins be located in Emergency Department waiting rooms.  

One result:

see video at: www.medexspot.com/video2012


Market Research Highlights

Percentage Satisfaction

Percent Favorability

see video at: www.medexspot.com/video2012


Market Research Highlights

Public Survey

Over 200 Anonymous Respondents

Would you useMEDEX Spot

for a 10 minute

medical

consultation?

see video at: www.medexspot.com/video2012


Key Service BenefitsHealthcare Segment

User Friendly and Intuitive Services with

Convenience and Timeliness

Cleanliness and Quality Care

Attractive Cost

Ties to hospital information systems, family physician and preferred pharmacy

Compact SMART cards for

Pre-pay

Medical history

Lab tests

Referrals, and

Follow-ups

see video at: www.medexspot.com/video2012


Target Locations

see video at: www.medexspot.com/video2012


U.S. Market Analysis

Year 2011

Pharmacies 65,101

Revenue $ 214.4 B

Medex Spot

Projected 1,400 Cabins

Revenue $250 million

see video at: www.medexspot.com/video2012


Comparison of Manned vs. Unmanned Clinics

  • CVS MinuteClinic

  • No ‘on site’ doctor supervision at the clinic which limits tests to be performed.

  • Unlikely a NP would use EKG equipment to examine a patient with chest pains.

2012 CVS MinuteClinic

  • MEDEX Spot Unmanned Micro Clinic

  • NP at a hospital Call Center is under ‘on site’ doctor supervision.

  • NP can perform more advanced tests such as EKG for chest pains by linking the doctor to the patient’s status.

Result:

Selectively better service at half the user cost and profitable with half the mini-clinic visitors per day

see video at: www.medexspot.com/video2012


MEDEX Spot

Global Perspectives

USA & Developed Countries

Unmanned Micro-clinic uses Telehealth system to reduce high labor costs of having a medical practitioner with the patient.

Less Developed Countries

With lower labor costs, the micro clinic is manned by a medical attendant to assist the patient with using instruments and interact with the medical practitioner at the hospital via the Telehealth system.

see video at: www.medexspot.com/video2012


Myanmar

Signed Partner

The MEDEX Spot Micro Clinic is staffed by a medical assistant working under the direction of the medical professional at a remote hospital.

see video at: www.medexspot.com/video2012


UgandaGovernment Requested ProposalSelf-Sufficient, Mid-Wife Staffed Micro Clinic

see video at: www.medexspot.com/video2012


Planned Results in 3 years Healthcare Segment

Based upon partnering with supermarket and drug store chains covering over 1,000 stores on a revenue-sharing model:

VideoKall Achieves

Annual Revenues of over $250M

EBITDA of over $85M

Average ROI of over 115% (financially based)

Medical Call Centers Receive

Total Annual Revenues of over $90M

Supermarkets and Drug Stores Chains Receive

Total Annual Revenues of over $25M

see video at: www.medexspot.com/video2012


Business Plan – Stage Funding

see video at: www.medexspot.com/video2012


Strategic Partners & Investors

Questions and More Information

Contact:

www.linkedin.com/pub/charlie-nahabedian/0/138/6a6

www.videokall.com

www.medexspot.com

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Vince Waterson

Chairman, VideoKall

Ventura, CA 93001

chairman@videokall.com

www.linkedin.com/pub/vince-waterson/0/15a/988

Charlie Nahabedian

CEO, VideoKall

Potomac, MD 20854

ceo@videokall.com

Slide Set Available:

Upon Request

see video at: www.medexspot.com/video2012


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