HeartForce has developed the first complete, self-monitoring technology to assess cardiac performance, allowing for the early detection of heart disease.  We’ve made self-assessment easy to understand by simplifying complex data recorded by our technology into our Cardiac Performance Metrics (CPM).

Tap or mouseover to see how strength, rhythm or timing can affect your heart.

CPM is the most advanced set of metrics for early detection of heart disease that can be used outside of a clinical setting without the use of an operator or expensive medical testing.

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Why CPM?

Current eHealth and fitness devices only measure the pulse of the heart and do not provide actionable insights or a complete assessment of heart health.

Most devices that are used to detect heart disease are expensive and only found in medical clinics and hospitals, making them difficult to access for the general public.

CPM was developed by HeartForce to eliminate the need for expensive equipment, technicians or invasive medical intervention, providing simple-to-use heart assessments for everyone.

Our devices are built from the most advanced and class leading heart assessment technologies available, making the detection of heart disease affordable and accessible to everyone, for the very first time.

CPM to Detect Heart Disease

We’ve condensed our patented heart technology and research into easy to understand, actionable insights. Our analysis of the heart’s strength, rhythm and timing provides an accurate picture of heart health, not found in any other personal monitoring or screening device:


The focus of HeartForce technology is on the early detection of CAD through an emphasis on monitoring the heart’s strength.

Strength of ContractionCPM detects changes in the amplitude and complexity of the seismic waveform.  Changes may suggest that the heart is not working properly, caused by the deterioration of the heart muscle from CAD or cardiomyopathy.


Rhythm from the Periodic Contraction of the Heart – CPM detects abnormal patterns in the mechanical activity of the heart that may suggest atrial fibrillation or other potential arrhythmias.


Cardiac Timing – CPM detects the most subtle heart timing differences that may suggest heart valve dysfunction including stenosis or contractile dysfunction caused by a lack of oxygen supply to the heart muscle.