Members of HPAC do not pay dues but commit to working with other HPAC members in addressing matters of common interest (e.g., interprofessional education [IPE] standards and assessment, evaluation of simulation, Team Observed Structured Clinical Encounters [TOSCEs] and planning future projects [e.g., research, consensus documents], and educational sessions).

The six founding members of HPAC include:

In April 2017, 17 additional organizations joined HPAC, committing to working together to advance interprofessional education (IPE), practice, and quality, as well as working together on other educational and research issues of common interest. These new accreditor members are: