As Senior Director of Benefits and Programs, Delia Vetter is responsible for creating and implementing benefits strategy development and execution, providing emerging healthcare technologies leadership, communications, systems, compliance, healthcare analytics, and administration for EMC’s organizations in the United States and Canada.
Since joining EMC Corporation in 1994, Delia has built a comprehensive benefits program focused on cost-effectiveness, innovative technologies, and health programs. She led the development of a cost containment health management strategy focused on employee consumerism, using leading edge technology to manage employee health and health care dollars, as well as to effect behavior modification.
Under Delia’s leadership, EMC was the first employer to provide an employer-sponsored ePersonal Health Record which serves as a model for other companies and agencies. EMC’s health management strategy has received numerous awards, including Massachusetts Technology Leadership, American Heart Association Fit Friendly Companies, Blue Cross Blue Shield Health Care Excellence, National Business Group on Health Healthy Companies, Massachusetts Corporate Citizenship in Public Health, and six Best Practices Awards from the New England Employee Benefits Council
Delia is a sought-after healthcare expert and has consulted employers, state, government, and education agencies looking to replicate EMC programs. In 2010, she was invited by the Office of Massachusetts Attorney General to present EMC’s HealthCare Strategy to their health care
Actively involved in the healthcare marketplace, Delia serves on Advisory Councils, including the Pioneer Health Institute, the Employer Coalition in Healthcare, Blue Cross of Massachusetts, and Blue Health Intelligence Advisory Board. She also is a member of external boards, including Executive Committee member and Treasurer of Bridges of Excellence, Chairperson of the United Way Tri-Country, and board member of New England Health Institute and New England Employee Benefits Council.
Delia is a member of several organizations, such as Associated Industries of Massachusetts, the New England Health Institute Research and Policy Committee, the Human Resources Policy Association coalition on National Health Access, The Leapfrog Group, and The New England Employee Benefits Counsel.
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