No DPC laws have been passed.  We are not aware of any planned legislation.  DPC practices are known to be operating within the state.  When designing your contract be sure to review the Connecticut Title 38a Insurance.  Health Maintenance Organizations exist within the state as well, but we have been unable to locate a citation within the state statutes - it would be wise to review those definitions as well.  Here are some of the most important insurance definitions:

Chapter 697 General Provisions, Section 38a-1(10)

"Insurance" means any agreement to pay a sum of money, provide services or any other thing of value on the happening of a particular event or contingency or to provide indemnity for loss in respect to a specified subject by specified perils in return for a consideration. In any contract of insurance, an insured shall have an interest which is subject to a risk of loss through destruction or impairment of that interest, which risk is assumed by the insurer and such assumption shall be part of a general scheme to distribute losses among a large group of persons bearing similar risks in return for a ratable contribution or other consideration.

Chapter 700c Health Insurance Sec. 38a-469.

Definitions. As used in this title, unless the context otherwise requires or a different meaning is specifically prescribed, "health insurance" policy means insurance providing benefits due to illness or injury, resulting in loss of life, loss of earnings, or expenses incurred, and includes the following types of coverage: (1) Basic hospital expense coverage; (2) basic medical-surgical expense coverage; (3) hospital confinement indemnity coverage; (4) major medical expense coverage; (5) disability income protection coverage; (6) accident only coverage; (7) long term care coverage; (8) specified accident coverage; (9) Medicare supplement coverage; (10) limited benefit health coverage; (11) hospital or medical service plan contract; (12) hospital and medical coverage provided to subscribers of a health care center; (13) specified disease coverage; (14) TriCare supplement coverage; (15) travel health coverage; and (16) single service ancillary health coverage, including, but not limited to, dental, vision or prescription drug coverage.