nuBridges CSOS Fulfills Customer Requirements for Ease of Use and Back-Office Integration

Customer-Driven Enhancements in Version 4.3.3 Reflect nuBridges’ Commitment to Continual Improvements to Meet Changing Market Requirements for Controlled Substance Ordering

ATLANTA--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- nuBridges announced today the availability of nuBridges Exchange CSOS™ version 4.3.3, the company’s Controlled Substance Ordering System that automates Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) Form 222 compliance. The new version is a product of customer requests to meet the changing market requirements for controlled substance ordering, including ease of use and integration with back-office applications.

Version 4.3.3 of nuBridges Exchange CSOS features a redefined user interface designed to make it even easier and faster for pharmacies and hospitals to order controlled substances using a virtual DEA Form 222 from pharmaceutical wholesalers or manufacturers. It also includes enhanced EDI support to streamline operations with back office systems and prevent the need for companies to implement separate processes for ordering different types of drugs. nuBridges’ easy-to-use solution delivers a breadth of implementation scenarios, from simple-and-fast, point-and-click installation, to more comprehensive back-office integration requirements.

“Version 4.3.3 is further testament to our commitment to listening to our customers to keep pace with market trends and make nuBridges Exchange CSOS the best controlled substance ordering system on the market,” said Kee Murray, nuBridges executive vice president of Product Development. “We have a long history with CSOS and believe these product enhancements make it even easier to use and implement. We actively solicit customer feedback so that our investment in the product’s evolution matches marketplace needs.”

nuBridges Exchange CSOS v 4.3.3 also includes logging enhancements and support for creating custom mixture drug orders, which is of particular value to Compounding Pharmacies, and is certified on all of the most current Microsoft platforms.

nuBridges Exchange CSOS v 4.3.3 is available now from nuBridges. More information is available at http://www.nubridges.com/solutions/e222/.

About nuBridges Exchange CSOS

nuBridges Exchange CSOS™ is a software solution that enables fast, efficient electronic processing of Form 222—a form required by the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) for order processing of certain controlled substances. The industry’s first software application to be certified according to the DEA’s strict requirements, nuBridges CSOS provides all the security and auditing capabilities required to ensure compliance while integrating seamlessly and easily with existing order management and EDI infrastructure.

About nuBridges

nuBridges provides technology solutions for extended enterprises that share sensitive data across applications, departments and organizations, and face complex security and compliance mandates. Its data encryption, data tokenization, key management, file transfer and EDI solutions help customers get information from point A to point B; do it safely; and prove compliance. Proven in production, nuBridges software and services readily scale across heterogeneous enterprise environments, including legacy systems, and offer unified visibility for improved analysis, decision support and administrative efficiency. nuBridges solutions and support have established a new standard of quality for the industry, and are trusted by the world’s most demanding organizations to exchange and protect billions of payment card transactions, personal data records and business-critical file transfers. More information is available at www.nubridges.com.

CSOS is a trademark of nuBridges, Inc. All other trademarks mentioned herein belong to their respective companies.



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