Tag Archives : TumourTeXTract

HLA Assessed by Cancer Australia

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 at NAACCR & IACR 2014 Annual Conferences

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 […]

HLL Presentation at HIC 2013

Professor Jon Patrick is scheduled to present the following topic at the HIC 2013 conference in Adelaide tomorrow: Using NLP to identify cancer cases in imaging reports drawn from a radiology information system Date/Time: 17 July 2013 (Wednesday), 2.30pm Location: Hall E Stream: Scientific Stream 3 Don’t miss it!

HLL Presentations at Big Data 2013

Professor Jon Patrick and Dr Pooyan Asgari are over at the Big Data 2013 conference in Melbourne and are scheduled to present the following topics: Presentation 1 Date/Time: 19 April 2013 (Friday), 11.30am Location: Broadway Room Stream: Concurrent 9, Industry/Clinical Stream 3, Leading Edge Applications Presenter: Professor Jon Patrick Topic: TumourTExtract – a large volume […]

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 […]