Submit Your Guidelines

Interested in increasing the reach of your guidelines? If so you can click the link below to complete the submission form.

Benefits of Submitting Guidelines

  • Only Guideline Clearinghouse that does NOT require free membership registration in return for free access to free guideline information.
  • Only Guideline Clearinghouse to prominently display the Guideline Developer’s logo on their guideline content.
  • Only Guideline Clearinghouse designed to support the work of Guideline Developers with Guideline Developer oversight
  • Only Guideline Clearinghouse dedicated to guidelines and “best practice” expert consensus statements appropriate for the U.S. healthcare system.
  • More than 40 nationally and internationally recognized medical societies, specialty societies, and coalitions representing over 2520K physicians, clinicians, nurses, pharmacists, home care, palliative care, chaplains, social workers, and other allied health professionals participate in our Clearinghouse.
  • Biannual Web Analytics Reports capturing how often your guideline content is accessed
  • Monthly Newsletter keeping you apprised of new/updated guideline content and site features, as well as items of interest to the guideline community.
  • Stringent Conflict of Interest (COI) rules in AiCPG’s bylaws to keep our site free from industry funding or influence.

Become A Participating Guideline Developer

The Alliance invites Guideline Developers to submit their clinical practice guidelines and “best practice” expert consensus statements for possible inclusion in our Clearinghouse. Our requirements:
  • Must be a non-profit organization involved in the development of clinical practice guidelines
  • Must have a methodology manual that details the framework to develop clinical guidelines and “best practice” expert consensus statements
  • Development of the guideline cannot be funded by industry
  • Must offer a volunteer(s) to review requests for assistance regarding the Society’s guideline information. AiCPG often works directly with a staff contact or knowledgeable expert(s) to receive a response. AiCPG and the Society work together to determine a simple, clear process for reasonable accessibility and scheduling.


Step 1: Complete the AiCPG Permission Agreement Form. [hyperlink]

Step 2: Submit guideline(s) and “best practice” expert consensus statement(s) (WORD, PDF, URL, address if available online) to joel.harder at aicpg dot org

Submission documentation should include: All relevant methodology documents, technical companions, quick reference guides, patient brochures (if applicable) (WORD, PDF, URL address); and Name, address, telephone and e-mail address of appropriate contact person.

Publish: Once these steps are completed, your guideline(s) and “best practices” expert consensus will be reviewed against the Quality Ratings and the AiCPG Review Team will follow-up.

Guideline Summary Format

  • A layered/drill-down approach so that the essential information (e.g. the recommendations) is always displayed first.
  • Links to clinical algorithms, figures and flowcharts (when available).
  • Each summary will include any and all corresponding implementation tools. Examples are patient information, videos, shared decision-making aids, calculators/checklists and more.
  • The guideline authoring organizations will be “given credit” by cross-promotion to their website, peer-reviewed journal, and other supplemental resources.
  • The ability to "drill down" further to review the methodology and meta data.
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