FACES of Pain Care – Episode 8 – Ouchie – Taking Some of the Pain Out of Being in Pain with Rachel Trobman
CEO Rachel Trobman introduces Ouchie, a new application designed by Rachel and Jason Trobman to help people with pain conditions manage their symptoms, keep a record of pain assessment and treatment, and be able to communicate with their healthcare providers in a succinct way. People in pain often feel isolated and overwhelmed. This app gives the user the option of interacting with others on a similar pain journey. The intention of Ouchie is taking the pain out of being in pain.
Rachel Trobman, CEO
Rachel is a seasoned digital content and project management expert who’s worked directly with a number of big-name publishing brands and was most recently part of the founding team at the digital media company Zazoom Media Group. Her impressive client list includes the New York Times, P&G, the NFL, Yahoo! News, Today.com, Hearst Publishing, AOL and NY1 News. She’s also had front-line involvement with the launch of a half-dozen successful digital product launches. As CEO, Rachel has been responsible for product growth, business development, market analysis and partnerships.
Jason Trobman, CTO
Jason has the experience and tech know-how that Ouchie needs from its CTO. He’s a veteran engineer whose strengths lie in the communication of technical concepts, architecting scalable solutions and development. He not only has expertise in front-end and back-end technologies, but also has access to strong and affordable talent – having led large teams at the NYSE, America Media Inc. and Digital Pulp. At Digital Pulp, Jason had extensive hands-on experience integrating CRMs (Salesforce, Blackbaud) and creating eCommerce and couponing solutions (Jet.com, Bausch & Lomb). As CTO, Jason oversees the engineering team and product from ideation to execution.