Good news for Real Madrid. Hazard has touched the ball for the first time after his injury (incomplete external microfissure in his right leg) to PSG on November 26. The Belgian, who jumped on the grass last Monday to run, has taken another step in his recovery. This advance in his recovery increases the chances that Hazard can play a few minutes in the Madrid derby on February 1 at 4:00 p.m.The one who has also returned to train alone after his injury is Sergio Ramos. The white captain has performed exercises with and without the ball and is doubtful for next Sunday’s game at 9:00 pm against Valladolid. Meanwhile, Asensio has accompanied Hazard in the recovery exercises. In today’s training, after the victory against Unionists in the 16th Cup, Yesterday’s game holders have made a continuous career to regain strength. After the warm-up, the whites carried out tactical, possession and pressure work, definition exercises and ended with a match in a small field.
Kronick Named To AHRQ Top Spot Medpage Today: AHRQ Names Kronick As New DirectorHealth reform researcher Richard Kronick, PhD, will become the new director of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) after longtime director Carolyn Clancy, MD, leaves the post later this month. The announcement was made public in the agency’s daily afternoon electronic newsletter. Kronick joined the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) in January 2010 as deputy assistant secretary for planning and evaluation and oversaw the Office of Health Policy. Prior to that, he conducted health policy research for the University of California San Diego and also worked as director of policy and reimbursement for the Medicaid Division of the Massachusetts Department of Public Welfare (Pittman, 8/19). This is part of the KHN Morning Briefing, a summary of health policy coverage from major news organizations. Sign up for an email subscription.