[Updates with mention of AP story.]
Obama isn't the only one with a disastrous healthcare rollout--leading cardiologists have made a mess of their healthcare proposal, too.
And to make things worse, The New York Times is now offering medical advice.
In anticipation of the annual meeting of the American Heart Association in Dallas this week, cardiologists last week issued new guidelines for the treatment and prevention of heart disease--with the imprimatur of both the heart association and the American College of Cardiology. That's as good a pedigree as you can ask for.
Alas, they didn't get it right.
Among other things, the guidelines provide a new risk calculator that doctors can use to determine whether patients should be treated. The calculator, like the healthcare.gov website, immediately came under sharp criticism. In today's paper, Gina Kolata of The New York Times ...