3 ways to change someone's mind

Leaders often must win buy-in from colleagues, partners, and clients who may be skeptical of or disagree with their decisions and choices. Writing for Harvard Business Review, Laura Huang and Ryan Yu detail three strategies that may help leaders change someone's mind.

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A woman gave birth almost 3 months early—while in a coma with Covid-19

Just 12 hours after Blanca Rodriguez was placed on a ventilator to treat her Covid-19, doctors had to perform an emergency cesarean section to deliver her daughter—months before her due date, Kellie Gormly reports for the Washington Post.

Experts predicted a sharp rebound in preventive care. Why hasn't it materialized?

Americans significantly scaled back their preventive care when the novel coronavirus first struck, and the trend hasn't fully reversed since then—suggesting that patients may never make up for deferred care, according to a new report released by the Health Care Cost Institute on Wednesday.

Top HHS official apologizes for accusing government scientists of 'sedition'

A top HHS official during an emergency staff meeting on Tuesday apologized to staff members for accusing government scientists of "sedition." Separately, a CDC report released on Tuesday provided the most detailed profile yet of the children who have died from the new coronavirus.

Around the nation: Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals partner to tackle public health needs

The Cleveland Clinic and University Hospitals announced in an opinion piece for The Plain Dealer on Sunday that they will partner on variety of public health initiatives in the Cleveland area, including addressing the opioid epidemic and improving talent recruitment, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from California, Ohio, and South Carolina.