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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

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,, 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 TrobmanJason 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 (, Bausch & Lomb). As CTO, Jason oversees the engineering team and product from ideation to execution.


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