Introducing CorBand™ – the missing link to reduce hospitalizations.
How It Works

Heart Failure affects 1 in 5 people in the U.S., resulting in a decreased quality of life and the largest cost to the Medicare system. The symptoms of heart failure come on gradually and by the time they are noticed, it is often too late for preventative care resulting in costly hospitalizations.

The physiologic changes leading to worsening heart failure and hospitalization are well understood. Harnessing this data in advance allows for proactive care, preventing unnecessary hospitalizations, and increasing quality of life for the patients while saving billions of dollars to the healthcare system.

To learn more about the underlying technology, please feel free to Contact Us. We are very proud of the our technical achievements but currently require an NDA before sharing.

Wireless Telemetry To Caregiver

The CorBand™ can pair with a smartphone over Bluetooth to provide remote telemetry or use WiFi to directly stream data to the cloud for further analysis. The data is then relayed directly to the Electronic Medical Records (EMR) system of the caregiver allowing for streamlined access without altering the current workflow of the caregiver.

Designed For Simplicity

Since heart failure is most prevalent in the elderly population, the CorBand™ has been designed with them in mind. There is no display, no interface, and no adjustments required to use the CorBand™. It simply slips onto the wrist and works. Our wireless telemetry allows us to detect when the device is not being used or if there is a problem, enabling corrective actions. And when the battery is low, the entire device will light up, notifying the patient in a simple manner.




Reza Naima, PhD

Founder & CEO
"My goal is to develop technology that will save lives while helping solve the issue of ballooning medical costs."

Mack Gamahewage

"I joined ReThink to fulfill my life-long passion of building a product that can truly make a paradigm shift in the medical industry"

Liviu Klein, MD, MS

Scientific Advisory Board
Director of the Mechanical Circulatory Support and Heart Failure Device Program at UCSF. An expert on both the disease and technology side

Vivek Kesaree

Business Development

William Mavity