Press Release 20, October 2015 Big Text mining expert Professor Jon Patrick speaks at Big Data and Language Analytics in Healthcare conference One of Australia’s foremost experts in health language analytics and Big Text mining Professor Jon Patrick will speak at the HISA Big data analytics: Leveraging capability in healthcare (Sydney, October 20-21, 2015) www.hisa.org.au/bigdata/. […]
Ying Ou and Professor Jon Patrick’s manuscript entitled “Automatic negation detection in narrative pathology reports” has been accepted for publication in Artificial Intelligence in Medicine. Abstract Objective To detect negations of medical entities in free-text pathology reports with different approaches, and evaluate their performances. Methods and material Three different app...
Press Release iCIMS and HLA today are excited to announce the formation of a joint Advisory Board, which includes highly experienced executives from the Health and IT sectors, and the Government. The board members are: Professor David G. Penington AO, John DeBrincat, and Denis Tebbutt. Their brief biographies can be viewed on our website. Professor […]
HLA has been proudly chosen as one of the 25 early stage startups of the week from around the world to exhibit for free as part of the Alpha Program at Web Summit 2014. The event runs from 4-6 Nov 2014 at RDS, Dublin, Ireland. See you there!
HLA and sister company iCIMS have joined forces with researchers at the University of the Basque Country and the Department of Health of the Basque government, Osakidetza, for a unique project. The aim is for Basque speaking doctors to write their clinical records in Basque and then have basic information such as clinical history and […]
HLA has been awarded a $50,000 grant from Commercialisation Australia to identify better its market, and develop its marketing skills and business planning. The CEO, Professor Jon Patrick has welcomed the faith that Commercialisation Australia have put into the company given the extraordinarily complex task it is engaged in building a business around the analysis […]
A review of our project with the Victorian and NSW Cancer Registries has just been provided to us by Cancer Australia. Here are some of the assessments: The final version of the case ascertainment classifier successfully achieved the revised target for sensitivity of 99%, and the initial target for specificity of 96%, to correctly identify […]
HLA will be in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada 22-29th June for the exhibition at the NAACCR and IACR conferences. Meet us at our stand in the Westin Ottawa Hotel and see our new radiology report analysis system called for cancer registries. We will also show you our newly released CliniTeXtract system that gives a comprehensive extraction […]
Dung H M Nguyen and Prof Jon Patrick’s paper, Supervised machine learning and active learning in classification of radiology reports, has just been published in the JAMIA. Abstract Objective This paper presents an automated system for classifying the results of imaging examinations (CT, MRI, positron emission tomography) into reportable and non-reportable cancer cases. This system […]