The National Business Group on Health, a not-for-profit group representing the ongoing wellness policy interests of some of the largest U.S. Companies, urged seasonal flu requirements for hospital workers as a way to reduce risks for health care workers and patients . Related StoriesChildren's Memorial Hermann Hospital gives Halloween safety tipsBoston Kids's Medical center selects Vijay G. Consumer and business groups met in Washington Thursday showing their support for a recommendation from the National Business Group on Health that hospitals need all health care employees to be vaccinated each year against the flu .This article was reprinted from kaiserhealthnews.org with permission from the Henry J.The IMC was created in 2005 beneath the direction of the Cambodian government after 2004 figures showed that 16.2 % of antimalarials sampled from retail pharmacy outlets in the private sector of four provinces were of poor quality. A major barrier recognized in combating the presence of these medicines was lack of coordination among the many ministries. With economic and technical support from the USAID-USP plan, the group developed an action intend to reduce the number of substandard and counterfeit medicines significantly. A January 2010 official purchase to close down unlawful health services, including pharmacy outlets across the national country, was the impetus for much of this recent improvement. ‘The resolution in such a short period of period is a major accomplishment for the Cambodian government-and a substantial step of progress in assuring the quality of life-saving medicines for patients in the united states,’ said Richard Greene, director of the USAID Workplace of Health, Infectious Nutrition and Diseases, Bureau for Global Health.