That seems to have happened in The Netherlands with the Gezondheidsraad committee. There was a lot of outrage at the BPS-heavy selection of committee members (most notably dr. Knoop, who made the "strict criterion of recovery" comment on PACE ). But also patient representatives, who managed to stand their ground. Dr. Knoop ended up quitting just before the final revision. The resulting advice/recommendations adopted IOM conclusions and underlined the issues with benefits and disability service assessments. Recently the Dutch health minister responded to these conclusions thread here. Took quite a while (the Gezondheidsraad Report is from 19 march 2018) but with the government adopting these recommendations we're making some headway. I should add that this is not replacing guidelines as of yet, but the Dutch association for GPs removed them from their website in october. Babysteps..