MCFIP Inc. represents the intellectual property of William (Bill) McFaul, founder and chairman, The Center for Modeling Optimal Outcomes. 
Following an inadvertent discovery in 2005 by William McFaul and Michael Miller; Ph.D. relative to brain chemistry (neurohormones) existing in corollary relationships, MCFIP was formed as a life science modeling company. This website has been designed in a novel format; i.e. as a tutorial that utilizes hyperlinks to guide interested parties to peer-reviewed studies that validate assertions for theories derived from models created by MCFIP concerning DNA Repair models or factors that can be independently verified based on the fundamentals of physical science; e.g. physical chemistry and interactions between elements. 
Subsequent to the initial discovery, Bill and his team of advisors made a series of findings relative to cellular physiology. It was at that point that Bill shifted his primary focus away from enhancing the concept of clinical value analysis (CVA). The concept of CVA is a non-labor healthcare expense reduction model that was pioneered in the late 1970s that was used by more than 1,700 hospitals through the US and Canada prior to the 1997 sale of his company, McFaul and Lyons, Inc., to Johnson and Johnson. 
During the period 2005 through 2018, in excess of 125,000 hours was dedicated to the development of an algorithmic model that encompassed core principles of quantum mechanics/particle physics with the principles of biology. The information contained in this website is proved as an open source for healthcare business executives, researchers and clinical practitioners who are focused on the prevention of chronic diseases or their cost-effective treatments. On January 1, 2019, the quantum biology algorithm was finalized and McFaul made the decision to rekindle the CVA concept to meet the needs of employers that are providing self-funded health insurance to their employees and beneficiaries. 
Many of the findings from quantum biology that has been validated by scientific research, meeting McFaul’s criteria for CVA, have been utilized as tools to reduce self-funded healthcare insurance costs. An explanation of CVA and a sampling of applications are provided here:

The scientific and technical findings highlighted throughout the website are not for sale. Instead, they are being offered in a strategic form similar to Paul Allen - Bill Gates and IBM concept whereby income to MCFIP’s non-profit foundation(s) will not take place until the concepts are applied for use. Contact William (Bill) McFaul for questions regarding any aspect of the website or to arrange a telephone appointment

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