FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., May 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- FEEL Golf Co., Inc. (OTCBB: FEEL), through its wholly owned Florida based subsidiary, Intelligent Living Inc. ("ILI"), announced today that the Company has signed an Electronic Medical Records software development agreement with ScheduleMorePatients LLC ("SMP"), a leading healthcare technology research company specializing in anti-aging management and patient health software.
This marks the beginning phase of the development of SMP's RAMP, Intelligent Living's signature product. RAMP is a completely customizable web-based clinical application for the management of patients with hormone and other chronic conditions. Designed to integrate with diverse clinical healthcare systems it brings together diagnosis and prescription along with treatment plan data to present a comprehensive overview of the patient.
"Intelligent Living will have the ability to drastically improve efficiency and affordability in the diagnosis and prescription of patients suffering with hormone and other health related deficiencies. This really provides them with a first mover advantage as competitors have not been able to undertake the significant investment of providing similar applications to their physicians or patients." – Todd Hansen, PhD, CEO of ScheduleMorePatients LLC.
Victoria Rudman, CEO of Intelligent Living, Inc. stated "We have been diligently working on this project for quite some time, and we look forward to our eventual entry into the health and wellness marketplace."
RAMP allows the entire care team to access a unique combination of clinical and patient data either through secure telemedicine infrastructure or direct care in office application. The result dramatically improves patient outcomes and significantly increases patient adoption of treatment protocols.
RAMP is designed to be interoperable with electronic medical records along with lab, pharmacy, billing and scheduling systems.
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Ron De Jong
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