Ian Khan, Jeremy Poincenot, and Dr. Aditi Nerurkar will take the main stage at RISE National, March 17-19 in downtown Nashville.

Just announced! Ian Khan, a futurist who has been featured on CNN, The BBC, Fox, Bloomberg, Fast Company, and Entrepeneur, has been named the third keynote at RISE National. He’ll provide a visionary look at how artificial intelligence (AI) is set to transform health care by the year 2050.

Khan, a globally renowned and highly popular keynote speaker and technology driven future leadership expert, will discuss groundbreaking changes in diagnosis, treatment, and patient care, driven by AI innovations. He envisions a future where personalized medicine becomes the norm, enabled by AI's ability to analyze vast data sets for tailored treatment plans. He'll also address the ethical considerations and challenges in integrating AI, emphasizing the need for a balanced approach to this technological revolution in health care. 

His presentation will take place at 10:40 a.m., Tuesday, March 19.

 RISE National 2024 - March 17-19, 2024 in Nashville


As previously announced, Aditi Nerurkar, M.D., MPH, a Harvard physician with expertise in the science of stress, resilience, and burnout, will take the stage on Monday, March 18, for her keynote presentation on how to rewire your brain for less stress and more resilience. She’ll outline strategies such as a media diet, sleep as a therapeutic intervention, monotasking, and cognitive retraining as resets for better brain health, less stress, and more resilience. The presentation is sponsored by Veradigm.  

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Dr. Nerurkar, a lecturer at Harvard Medical School in the Division of Global Health & Social Medicine who also serves as the codirector of the Harvard Clinical Clerkship, will offer insights on optimizing mental health, well-being, and productivity. Her recently published book, The Five Resets: Rewire Your Brain and Body for Less Stress and More Resilience, is a guide to redefining your relationship with stress through five pillars of wisdom that bring together physiological and psychological coping skills, enabling readers to discover the story of resilience within them and live better every day.

Her presentation will take place at 3:55 p.m., Monday, March 18.

Inovalon will sponsor the third keynote. Jeremy Poincenot, a world champion blind golfer, performance coach, and inspirational speaker, will present “Together we are limitless,” which will focus on the power of interdependence.

Poincenot suddenly lost his vision at the age of 19 when he was a college sophomore. He was diagnosed with Leber’s Hereditary Optic Neuropathy (LHON), a rare genetic disease that affects a mere 100 people in the U.S. each year with no treatment or cure in sight. Despite his initial despair over the diagnosis, he learned that with the support of his family and friends, he could compete in blind golf championships. With his father as his guide, he has won three World Blind Golf championships, nine national championships, an Australian Blind Open, and an Italian Blind Open and two more World Blind Golf Championships.

His presentation will take place at 9:20 a.m., Tuesday, March 19.

RISE National will take place March 17-19 at Music City Center in downtown Nashville. Click here for the agenda and roster of speakers.