The British Interactive Media Association (BIMA) will dedicate its annual Hot 100 ceremony tonight (10 May) to one of the entrants, Abigail Wilson, chief executive of IsosHealth, who died suddenly at the weekend.
The organisation last night notified guests of tonight’s event of Wilson’s passing and of its decision to dedicate the ceremony to Wilson, celebrating her success as a clinical expert and entrepreneur.
“BIMA has chosen to dedicate tonight’s ceremony to the memory of Abigail and her exceptional contribution to the industry,” said managing director Bridget Beale.
“Abigail pioneered the development of secure remote super clinics where a medical expert and client can safely and securely communicate, share and store documents and messages.”
IsosHealth.com clinics launched last year with the aim of supporting both preventative and curative health solutions through on-demand access to global healthcare professionals.
Donations are being directed by Wilson’s family to children’s charity, Variety which provides a range of support to sick, disabled and disadvantaged children.