Noted Boogie Woogie pianists you might want to watch on YouTube are:
Lots of performances by Dr. John on YouTube. Pine Top Boogie, for one.
Mead Lux Lewis--famous but many years ago. Quite a few of the older ones besides him.
You probably know of some of these people already but if not I know you'll (and others here) enjoy these performances.
I don't recall having a problem playing Boogie Woogie on the piano but it's been awhile. Once I get moved I'll be returning to it, the piano and a lot of other music. Be adding a lot of variety to my old Boogie Woogie.
I wish a top concert pianist would see how great THEY can make the Boogie Woogie sound on a piano. (Relative to this 'wish' are the Earl Wild, Gershwin Etudes on YouTube and Yeol Eum Son's performance of Embraceable You--a Wild arrangement.) I think this would be a great diversion and way of relaxing at the piano for the concert pianist. I'll bet there ARE a few who do a really mean Boogie Woogie. Just maybe a few in this group!
I know I haven't helped you to coordinate your hands while playing the Boogie Woogie but thought you'd find this interesting