Dan Sherman, clinical financial consultant for Mercy Health’s Lacks Cancer Center in Grand Rapids, Mich., will present “Financial Navigation Services for Patients in the Oncology Setting: Moving Beyond the Basics.”
The University of Louisville’s Kent School of Social Work and Baptist Health Louisville co-sponsor the 1 p.m.-4:30 p.m. event in the Cancer Resource Center Conference Room of the Charles and Mimi Osborn Cancer Center, Baptist Health Louisville, 4003 Kresge Way.
The registration deadline is Feb. 28 at http://uofl.me/KentSchoolContEd. The workshop is free, although continuing education units are available for social workers for $20.
Sherman will discuss the psychological impact of financial distress, financial counseling services for patients and solutions for financially vulnerable patients.
He is founder and president of The NaVectis Group, a consulting company that helps oncology providers put financial navigation programs into effect.