DescriptionRapid creation and dissemination of trustworthy recommendations to the point of care: Collaborative network approach * Wiki (means rapid in Indonese) Recommendations and evidence summaries composed as synopses The WikiRecs project was established to drastically reduce the time it takes critical practice-changing evidence to reach patients. WikiRecs is a collaborative process including all key stakeholders to rapidly produce evidence summaries and trustworthy clinical practice recommendations. These recommendations are published as clinician-friendly synopses in medical journals and further disseminated to the point of care through innovative tools for decision support. The target is to have synopses and decision support tools available to clinicians within 90 days of identification of potentially practice-changing evidence. Professional organisations face major hurdles in developing, disseminating and updating systematic reviews and guidelines. Collaborative networks of expert clinicians, patients and methodologists in partnership with medical journals can do this work far more efficiently and represent a potentially disruptive innovation necessary to provide clinicians and patients with recommendations based on the best current evidence.