Stuart Spector is the Chief Operating Officer at the Center for Medical Technology Policy (CMTP). As COO, Spector works closely with Sean Tunis, CEO, and CMTP senior staff to provide leadership through CMTPs continuing growth and development. Spector oversees all of CMTP’s business development, operational, administrative, and marketing activities.
Spector most recently was the Senior Vice President for the National Council on Aging (NCOA). At NCOA, Spector led Corporate Partnerships, Public Policy, Marketing & Communications, Technology Initiatives and a variety of Programs designed to assist older adults. As part of the senior management team for NCOA, Stuart was instrumental in helping more than 3M seniors identify over $11B in public and private benefits options and was the catalyst for enrolling more than 500,000 seniors in Medicare’s Low Income Subsidy Program.
Prior to joining NCOA, Spector served as vice president and general manager for Vertafore, a leading provider of specialized software and services for the insurance industry. Before that, he served as chief operating officer for Benelogic, LLC, a web-based benefits administration firm for employers and insurance companies. He also co-founded Innovative Outsourcing, an infrastructure company servicing Medicare and Medicaid health care organizations, eventually merging the company with Group Benefit Services and serving as chief marketing officer for both organizations. Spector was recognized as one of the Top 40 Under 40 Emerging Business Leaders in 2003 and he earned the distinction of Entrepreneur of the Year Finalist from Ernst & Young in 2000. He has a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Maryland.