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Why Join PACT

For several years, financial and regulatory changes have converged to jeopardize the existence of private, independent practices. At PACT, a partner of Hartford HealthCare, we see continued value in private medical practices, both to patients in terms of a more personal experience and to physicians in terms of work fulfillment and quality of life.

PACT, a partner of Hartford HealthCare was established as Physicians Alliance of Connecticut (PACT) in 2013 to rebuild and preserve private medical practice in Connecticut. We are a multi-specialty physician group in which every member has a voice and each division is given as much autonomy as allowed by law. In 2020 we began operating under the Hartford HealthCare umbrella as an independent medical practice. This partnership, which maintains our values and approach, strengthens our resources and geographic reach. The results of our approach can be seen in financial benefits, increased efficiency and time savings, and ultimately an improved work/life balance.

Practice management benefits include:


Embrace independence

The PACT’s operating agreement endows each division with as much decision-making authority as allowed by applicable law.

Financial benefits

Keep your practice viable and lucrative

PACT members benefit from a wide variety of services that can support your bottom line.

Quality of life

Focus on what you do best

Every time providers adapt to new requirements, the rules change.  PACT proactively manages responses to new regulations and unforeseen events so physicians can focus on what they do best: patient care.

Efficiency & time savings

Increase Productivity

With PACT, business management tasks that occupy your mind and time are handled for you.  This frees you up to see more patients and spend more time with them.

Technology development & support

Access technical support 24/7, 365 days a year

With ongoing computer-based changes in the healthcare field, medical practices are spending more and more of their time and resources on technology, including electronic health records systems, that can help providers improve efficiency, comply with industry requirements, add new lines of service, and achieve higher standards of care. However, particularly as they increase in complexity, these technology requirements can reduce profitability and distract physicians from serving patients’ medical needs. With Hartford HealthCare’s support, PACT helps support practices as they implement and troubleshoot new services and technologies.