QUIZ – What's My Medical Type?

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Families come in all shapes and sizes. Whether you are on your own, have little ones at home, or tend an empty nest, medical coverage is a must. Sysco offers 4 different medical plans.

Which one is right for you?


In your opinion, health benefits should...

How much are you willing to spend on medical coverage each payday?

You aren't feeling well on Monday. On Wednesday, you are running a slight fever and have bad congestion. What do you do?

Your daughter just got her first job with medical benefits. What's your advice to her?

How important is the provider network in the plan you choose?

It's Tuesday at 7p.m. Your 4 year-old child isn't feeling well. Her temperature is 101 and you notice a rash on her chest and back. What do you do?

If it meant you could save up to $1,500 next year, would you be willing to spend an extra 30 minutes on your healthcare each month?

Saving tax-free money today to pay for healthcare you might need tomorrow is...


The data has been crunched. The results are in!

Remember, this quiz is intended to help you narrow down your options. It's no substitute for your own judgment. Carefully review your options before you make your final decision. You can find the information and tools you need in your benefits guide.  You can also use the health cost estimator found in the enrollment system to model your costs under each of the plans Sysco offers.

Sysco Medical Plan Compatibility


The HSA plan is a Consumer Directed Health Plan coupled with a Health Savings Account. This plan comes with good coverage at a lower cost than most associates are paying today. It allows you to save pre-tax dollars to pay for your care. You can even keep your leftover dollars to pay for care in future years or in retirement.


The PPO plan offers more comprehensive coverage for a higher paycheck cost. The deductible is lower than the HSA plan but you will miss out on the Health Savings Account and Sysco contribution.


The National HMO plan offers you the highest level of coverage for the highest paycheck cost. You must use in-network providers and get referrals to see specialists.


The Basic plan offers a lower level of coverage for a lower paycheck cost.