The National Falls Prevention and CDSME databases, which have been separate entities for nearly a decade, have been merged into the new Healthy Aging Program Integrated Database (HAPID). Rolling out in the second quarter of 2023, this newly created database provides a one-stop shop for all grantees and database users to enter workshop data and track performance for both CDSME and falls prevention evidence-based programs.  

NCOA's database manager will be working with each grantee account holder and their technical assistance liaisons, if applicable, to confirm their account setup before moving users and accounts over to HAPI-D. 

What are some of the new features of the Healthy Aging Programs Integrated Database?

  • New Facilitator Directory, spanning both Falls Prevention and CDSME programs
  • Same familiar user interface for creating workshop and participant records 
  • Embedded reports and dashboards within HAPID Salesforce environment
  • No more duplicating host organizations or implementation sites—added validation features allow you to easily tie your workshop to an implementation site and connect your implementation sites to as many host organizations as needed
  • Users can now develop their own survey questions or create survey modules
  • Rest API will be open to grantees with vendors—this will eliminate the submission of data through Excel spreadsheets for large data batches
  • More self-serve options allow users to add/delete users, as well as edit/delete records (workshops, participants, etc.)

Learn more about HAPI-D features, including how this might impact data reporting. For questions about the transition, working on account setup, or data importing, contact Angelica Herrera-Venson at angelica.herrera-venson@ncoa.org.