Video interviews with ChildCount, Zephyr, Mobisante, and WWHI

By Brian Dolan
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At last year's mHealth Summit in Washington DC, mHealth Alliance executive director gave ABC News Good Morning America co-anchor Juju Chang a tour of the exhibit hall showfloor and highlighted a number of startups and organizations working in global health. The video below includes a few brief interviews with Matt Berg from ChildCount+, Clint McClellan from Qualcomm (discussing Zephyr Technology), Dr. Sailesh Chutani from Mobisante, and Dr. Joe Smith from the West Wireless Health Institute (discussing the institute's Sense4Baby device.)

Smith told Chang that Sense4Baby, which leverages wireless health technology to measure fetal heart rate and uterine contractions, could end up costing about $25. More in the short video segment from Good Morning America, which aired this morning, after the jump: