One of my personal advocacy projects for the past 16 months has been to try to have Healthwise remove the GET and CBT modules from their ME/CFS content. Healthwise provides medical content for many major healthcare corporations in the United States, including Kaiser Permanente with its 13 million members. Over the past 16 months, whenever a paper, letter, or Tuller blog post about GET/CBT appeared, I would send it off to Healthwise, asking them to consider removing GET/CBT from their ME/CFS content. Last year, after pressure by myself and others, Healthwise downgraded GET/CBT as treatments for ME/CFS. But these modules were still included in their ME/CFS content. Today, I got a Twitter direct message from Healthwise, soon after sending them @FrankTwisk 's excellent letter to The Lancet. From the message, the recent clinician summit in Salt Lake City influenced them significantly. Healthwise will be modifying their ME/CFS content fall of 2018, including retiring the GET/CBT topics from the ME/CFS section! It will likely take a few more months for major healthcare organizations to refresh their websites with the updated Healthwise content. Below is the Twitter direct message from my email inbox.