Scott Tittle is the executive director of the National Center for Assisted Living (NCAL) – the assisted living voice of the American Health Care Association (AHCA). Tittle joined NCAL from the Indiana Health Care Association and the Indiana Center for Assisted Living—a state affiliate of AHCA/NCAL—where he served as president from 2010-2015.
An attorney by background, Tittle 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.
Prior to that role, Tittle served as Health Policy Director to Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels where he was responsible for executing 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. Tittle also dealt with the issues surrounding assisted living and other long-term care services, as well as additional policies pertaining to the care of the elderly.
Tittle received his law degree from Indiana University, Bloomington and his undergraduate degrees from Vanderbilt University. He has received many accolades, including a Distinguished Hoosier Award by Gov. Daniels in 2007, was 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.