Google has a special plan with Stanford (among many other options). 0$ paycheck deduction, 1350$ max out of pocket for year, in network only, prescription covered 100%. it's one of the reasons why I'm hesitant to move to a startup.
As the company ages, they start focussing on cost cutting instead of new businesses (see IBM doing most of work via outsourcing/Microsoft eliminating zero dollars medical with low compensation l). I hope companies like G and FB which pay handsomely stay in this way for a long time but it will eventually change to that form.
Unless you have a chronic disease or a lot of kids differences between plans among tech cos shouldn't be valued at more than 2-4k per year. Even with a lot of dependents it wont be more than 10k. Not saying you should ignore it, but value it at what's worth. it s peanuts in comparison to tc differences.
Most of FANG level companies have out of pocket max so you don’t have to worry about million dollars of medical bills. For example, the most you may ever per year is under $4,000 at Microsoft including deductibles and copays. There is no insurance premium you need to pay monthly as well.