EverLearning - Radiologist Update

Artificial Intelligence within Everlight 

presented by Dr Hugh Harvey, Managing Director of Hardian Health


DATE | Thursday, 13th August 2020

TIME| 18:00 - 19:00 BST (London)

On-demand viewing will be made available within 24 hours

It is widely recognised that Artificial Intelligence, and associated technologies, have huge potential to support and assist radiology reporting. Everlight recently completed a Proof of Concept project to roll out a leading AI tool to a proportion of our Doctors, and to assess the impact AI had on the accuracy of their reporting. The results were highly promising. We wanted to share these findings with you, and explain the next steps we plan to take to leverage this technology across our clinical workstreams.

Please join Dr Hugh Harvey on 13th August, for a one-hour webinar on the recent trial of AI technology across Everlight. Dr Harvey is a leading expert on AI technology within healthcare, and a member of Everlight’s Artificial Intelligence Advisory Board (AIAB) which oversaw planning and delivery of this proof of concept project. The webinar will cover:

  • The structure and function of the AIAB, and the objectives of the recent proof of concept project
  • The process the AIAB has followed to date to source and select the most appropriate AI partners
  • The technical steps taken to deploy the chosen AI tool effectively across a proportion of the Everlight workflow
  • The results of the project to date, including both assessment metrics and clinician feedback.  

Please note, this webinar is exclusively for Everlight Radiologists and colleagues, and will not be made available externally at this stage.


Hugh Harvey

presented by

Dr Hugh Harvey

Dr Harvey is an experienced clinician and health technology advisor, with a focus on leveraging big data and artificial intelligence. He is a board certified consultant radiologist and academic, with an MD research degree in computational image analysis. He has held lead roles at two flagship UK startups, leading to successfully gaining world-first CE marking for AI-driven diagnostic devices. He has sat on the Royal College of Radiologists informatics committee, and also acted as co-chair to the Topol health technology review for Health Education England commissioned by the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care.

He is currently managing director at digitally-focussed consultancy Hardian Health, and serves as board advisor to many AI start-up companies across the globe, while retaining an academic interest as a board member of the global open source scientific journal Nature: Digital Medicine, and holding an honorary research fellowship at the Institute of Cognitive Neurosciences at UCL.