Check out Dr. Rochester’s Kevin MD article about how you can use smartphones to improve your medical care. Click HEREto read the article.
Dr. Rochester’s article about her transition from clinical medicine to entrepreneurship was published on KevinMD. Click HERE to read more about what motivated her to create Your GPS Doc, LLC.
Dr. Rochester’s KevinMD article about her transition to entrepreneurship was featured in Physician On FIRE’s The Sunday Best.
Dr. Rochester’s article, “What Your Doctor Doesn’t Know WILL Hurt You” is referenced in Dr. Deborah Burton’s article, “7 Lies Parents Need to Stop Telling Their Child’s Physician“, which appeared in the Huffington Post.
Dr. Rochester was featured in “How to Choose the Best Retirement Facility for Yourself or a Loved One” in Money Talks News.
Check out Dr. Rochester’s podcast interview with Jana Panarites of Agewyz Media Group LLC to learn more about her caregiving journey and why she founded Your GPS Doc, LLC.
Dr. Rochester participated in a panel along with Wala Blegay, J.D. to discuss the future of healthcare for communities of color.
Dr. Rochester contributed to an article for massmutual.com, “The Changing Role of the Caregiver”. Click here to read the article.
Dr. Rochester was interviewed by Tammy Flynn on the On-Air Advocate Podcast about her experiences caring for her father (who had vascular dementia) and how it inspired the creation of Your GPS Doc, LLC.
Dr. Rochester contributed to two articles for Philips Lifeline: “Understanding the Implications of a Parent’s ER Visit” and “Seniors: Implications of a Trip to the ER”
Dr. Rochester contributed to an article on caring.com, “How to Handle Power of Attorney for a Parent with Dementia”. Click here to read the article.
Dr. Rochester was interviewed for a second time by Tammy Flynn of the On-Air Advocate Podcast. “The Caregiver’s Guide to Organizational Tools and Strategies with Your GPS Doc.”
Dr. Rochester contributed to an article on howstuffworks.com, “Should Doctors Have to Pay Patients for Running Late?” Click here to read the article.
Dr. Rochester shared her caregiving experiences with Lynette Whiteman, the host of “On the Frontlines of Caregiving” podcast on Blog Talk Radio. Click hereto listen.
Dr. Rochester’s personal caregiving journey was highlighted in Modern Healthcare’s Free From Harm series. Click here to read the article.
Dr. Rochester was featured on 4SistersLive, a broadcast show that connects the community with resources in business, education, health, finance, and politics. Check out her interview beginning at 1:00:14.
Dr. Rochester contributed to the article, “How to Be a Smart e-Health Consumer“ on www.getold.com.
Dr. Rochester was quoted in the article, “How Can I Be Better Prepared For My Doctor’s Visits” on www.getold.com
Dr. Rochester contributed to the Reader’s Digest article, “13 Health Insurance Tricks That Can Save You Thousands“.
Dr. Rochester shared her personal and professional insights about the challenges caregivers face when navigating the healthcare system in the article, “Recognizing the Caregiver in the Room” published by eviCore Health.
Dr. Rochester shares her personal entrepreneurial journey in an interview with Gresham Harkless of CEO Blog Nation for the I am CEO Podcast.
Dr. Rochester shared tips for college students as they begin to navigate the healthcare system independently on this episode of the Collegehood Advice podcast with Katy Oliveira. Click here to listen on iTunes. Click here to listen on collegehoodadvice.com.
Dr. Rochester talked with Tandy Elisala, host of the Empowered Family Caregiver podcast, about ways family caregivers can effectively navigate a hospital stay. Click here to listen. To get Dr. Rochester’s free guide: “What to Do When Your Loved One is Hospitalized”, click here.
Dr. Rochester contributed to the article “9 Things to Consider When Relocating an Aging Loved One” on www.aplaceformom.com.
Dr. Rochester contributed to the article “4 Ways to Prepare for Open Enrollment” on www.bestcompany.com.
Dr. Rochester shared additional information about open enrollment in the article, “Pitfalls to Avoid During Open Enrollment” on bestcompany.com.
Dr. Rochester shared her insights about men and why they avoid the doctor in the article, “The Psychological Reason Men Hate Going to the Doctor” on www.fatherly.com.
Dr. Rochester contributed to the article, “38% of Americans Unaware the ACA is Still in Effect” on www.healthexec.com.
Dr. Rochester discussed her experience with healthcare providers as a caregiver, her vision for a better healthcare system and her idea for a TEDx talk on the Speaking Your Brand podcast with Carol Cox. Click here to listen.
Dr. Rochester shared her caregiving journey in “Caring for an Aging Parent When Finances are Tight” on makechange.inspiration.com.
Dr. Rochester shared her caregiving journey on the VOICES blogfor caregivingadvice.com.
Dr. Rochester shared important health tips in the article, “College Students and their Health”, featured on summerbeforecollege.com, a popular website for parents of college and college-bound students.
Dr. Rochester was featured in the article “Survey: Obamacare Confusion Looms Over Open Enrollment” in InsuranceQuotes.com.
Dr. Rochester was interviewed on the Happy Healthy Caregiver Podcast with Elizabeth Miller. She shared her caregiving journey, how caregivers can advocate for their loved ones in healthcare settings, and so much more!
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A few weeks ago I watched a virtual screening of The Color of Care, a documentary highlighting the disparate and inequitable care received by Black and Brown individuals during the COVID-19 pandemic. During the movie, Executive Producer Oprah Winfrey opined that one of the primary issues with healthcare is the “empathy gap”. Upon hearing the phrase I shot up in my chair, as it felt eerily (and painfully) similar to what I described in my 2019 TEDx talk: Overcoming Invisibility, Improving Healthcare, and Restoring the Doctor-Patient Relationship. In my