NCAL Names Scott Tittle as New Executive Director

On Monday, the American Health Care Association and the National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL) named Scott Tittle as the new Executive Director of NCAL. Tittle joins the Center from the Indiana Health Care Association – a state affiliate of AHCA – where he served as president for both the skilled nursing profession in the state as well as assisted living since 2010.

The former Health Care Policy Director to Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels, Tittle dealt closely with the issues surrounding assisted living, long term care services, as well as other policies pertaining to caring for older Americans.

An attorney by background, he is a former member of the Indianapolis law firm of Krieg DeVault, where he practiced in the firm’s Health Care, Governmental Affairs, and Business Practices groups.

As health policy director in the Indiana governor’s office, Tittle was responsible for executing the Governor’s health care initiatives through the legislative process as well as the state’s health-related agencies, including the Family and Social Services Administration, the State Department of Health, the Department of Child Services, and the Department of Insurance.

Mr. Tittle received his law degree from Indiana University – Bloomington in 2001, and his undergraduate degrees from Vanderbilt University in 1995. He was awarded a Distinguished Hoosier Award by Govenor Daniels in 2007, has been listed as an Indiana Super Lawyers Rising Star by The Indiana Lawyer from 2010 - 2012, and was named a Forty Under 40 honoree by the Indianapolis Business Journal in 2010.

Tittle is expected to assume the role this summer. He succeeds David Kyllo, who will become vice president of AHCA/NCAL insurance and member programs.

A veteran of the Association for over 21 years, Kyllo will lead outreach to state affiliates on a broad array of services, including a new insurance instrument for member companies.