Tag Archives : clinical language processing

HLA and iCIMS Technology Assists Basque Hospitals in Recording and Translating Clinical Records

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 Presentation at Big Data 2014

HLA‘s Professor Jon Patrick will be over at the Big Data 2014 conference in Melbourne next week and is scheduled to present the following topic on the second day: Clinical language processing for big data – trials and tribulations Date/Time: 4 April 2014 (Friday), 11.31am Location: State 1 & 2 Stream: Concurrent 4, Industry/Clinical Case […]

HLL proves to be as good as the big boys

HLL-iCIMS, Australia’s newest HIT start-up twins, have immediately shown that they are one of the intellectual leaders in Big Data in Australia in their first public showing. HLL-iCIMS has had three papers accepted at this week’s upcoming Big Data conference in Melbourne, putting it just behind IBM research (4 papers), equal to the handsomely resourced […]

HLL delivers its TumourTExtract solution to the Cancer Council of Victoria

HLL has been working with the Victorian Cancer Registry for the past 18 months to develop a pipeline for processing radiology reports. On the 8th April, HLL delivered the last version of the software. TumourTExtract (TTE) is a unique solution to automatically identifying cancer reports from a radiology information system at an imaging service, separating […]