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 anonymized Twitter direct message from my email inbox.