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How to Navigate Patient Financial Toxicity

Financial toxicity is one of the newest side effects of complex disease (cancer, chronic heart failure, stroke, etc) treatment for both patients and programs. With a growing underinsured patient population and rising costs of care, the need to prepare patients for financial burdens is crucial. Benefit from the latest trends, effective practices, and strategies to better position your program to support patients as they deal with the financial issues surrounding complex disease diagnosis and treatment.


Dan Sherman, MA, LPC

Founder and President, The NaVectis Group

Dan Sherman has been in the field of financial navigation services for oncology patients since 2008. He functions as a Financial Navigator at the Lacks Cancer Center in Grand Rapids, MI. Mr. Sherman is founder and president of “The NaVectis Group”, a consulting company that assists oncology providers in implementation of financial navigation programs in the oncology setting. His financial navigation program has been highlighted by “Oncology Roundtable” and “Association of Community Cancer Centers (ACCC)” and described by them as “best practice” within the field of Financial Navigation for Oncology Patients. He has been published in the Journal of Access Management, Oncology Issues and ASCO’s Journal of Oncology Practice. Mr. Sherman has a degree in accounting, a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a master’s degree in Counseling.