ALSO NOTED: Richard Scrushy indicted again; Consumers skeptical of retail healthcare clinics; San Francisco mayor to announce u

> In the wake of the Wal-Mart memo, The Wall Street Journal looks at strategies some employers are using to select healthier employees. Article (sub. req.)

> A Harris Interactive/Wall Street Journal poll finds Americans to be generally skeptical about in-store clinics that offer basic healthcare services. Release

> Fidelis Health announced updates on its suite of software offerings for health plans. Article

> San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom is expected to announce a plan that would create a universal healthcare system in the city. Article

> FDA officials are expected to issue a decision on the take-home AIDS test. Some healthcare workers are worried about the consequences of unsupervised testing. Article

> The deadline for NIH researchers to disclose any stocks they own that may present conflicts of interest is Monday. Article

> Hospitals in Palm Beach continue to run on generators following Hurricane Wilma. Power will not be back on for a week. Article

> A new study appears to offer conclusive evidence that mammograms have been the factor behind the recent drop in breast cancer mortality rates. Article 

And Finally... The one and only Richard Scrushy is back in the news. The ex-HealthSouth CEO is charged with paying a large bribe to a former governor of Alabama. Article