In a perfect world, no one would ever have to undergo surgery. In the real world, however, where injury, illness and age take a toll on our bodies, surgery is often the only way to get people back on their feet and back to their lives. At CrossRoads Extremity Systems, our mission is to improve the experience by simplifying it.
Located in Memphis, Tennessee, we engineer next-generation foot and ankle implant systems. Utilizing clinically advanced technology and materials, like high-compression nitinol, our surgical products are optimal for surgery, and our specialized instrument recovery program, EcoSMART, provides cost savings and reduces waste.
Complex problems need simple solutions
The most sophisticated tools are those which can be used effortlessly. That’s why every CrossRoads instrument is thoughtfully engineered to feel like an extension of a surgeon’s own hand.
Improving outcomes improves lives
Long-term patient satisfaction is more important than our bottom line. That’s why CrossRoads creates instruments and implants we’re comfortable recommending to our own family members.
Today’s choices shape tomorrow’s possibilities
Creating value for our customers is not a disposable endeavor. That’s why CrossRoads focuses on designing instruments to be sturdy, dependable and reusable, instead of contributing to medical waste.
Leading is more courageous than following
Innovation springs from curiosity, advancement from exploration. That’s why CrossRoads embraces new techniques, materials and approaches to create the foot and ankle instruments of tomorrow, today.
CrossRoads Extremity Systems (CRE) is committed to conducting its affairs in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations and in accordance with the highest ethical standards. This Code of Conduct has been established to help ensure that CRE meets our commitment to ethical and lawful conduct. This Code of Conduct applies to all employees, officers, and directors of CRE as well as contractors, consultants and distributors that provide services on CRE’s behalf.
This Code of Conduct establishes policies and procedures that are intended to guide employees, officers, directors, contractors, consultants and distributors in the performance of their duties and responsibilities and ensure compliance with CRE’s commitment to ethical and lawful conduct.
Advanced Medical Technology Association
The Advanced Medical Technology Association (“AdvaMed”) is dedicated to the advancement of medical science, the improvement of patient care, and in particular to the contribution that high quality, cost-effective health care technology can make toward achieving those goals. In pursuing this mission, AdvaMed members recognize that adherence to ethical standards and compliance with applicable laws are critical to the medical device industry’s ability to continue its collaboration with health care professionals. Members encourage ethical business practices and socially responsible industry conduct related to their interactions with health care professionals.
Members also respect the obligation of health care professionals to make independent decisions regarding Member products. Consequently, AdvaMed adopted this voluntary Code of Ethics, effective January 1, 2004 and revised and restated with an effective date of July 1, 2009, to facilitate Members’ ethical interactions with those individuals or entities that purchase, lease, recommend, use, arrange for the purchase or lease of, or prescribe Members’ medical technology products in the United States.
Without reservation, CrossRoads Extremity Systems strongly endorses both the letter and spirit of the AdvaMed Code of Ethic.
California Declaration of Compliance Program
Declaration of Adoption of Comprehensive Compliance Program Pursuant to California Health and Safety Code Section 119402 CrossRoads Extremity Systems, LLC. (“CRE”) is in the business of designing, manufacturing and selling orthopedic medical devices. As a medical device manufacturer, CRE has developed a Comprehensive Compliance Program that is specific to the nature of the business as a medical device manufacturer and consistent with the United States Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General Compliance Program Guidance for Pharmaceutical Manufacturers. The purpose of our Compliance program is to prevent and detect violations of law or company policy. Our Compliance program is based upon the principles set forth in the Advanced Medical Technology Association Code of Ethics on Interactions with Health Care Professionals (“AdvaMed Code”) and the Company’s Code of Business Conduct. The AdvaMed Code is substantially equivalent to
the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America Code on Interactions with Healthcare Professionals (PhRMA Code), but reflects the unique interactions between medical technology companies and health care professionals. CRE’s Code of Business Conduct is our statement of ethical and compliance principles that guide our daily operations and articulates our fundamental principles, values and framework for action within our organization. Additional compliance guidance is communicated through our Compliance Manual for the U.S. which applies to interactions with health care professionals to the extent that they provide services or medical technologies in the United States. This guidance establishes explicit limits on gifts, promotional material or items, or activities that CRE or its representatives may provide to an individual health care professional. CRE declares that to the best of its knowledge, CRE is in compliance with the provisions of California Health and Safety Code Section 119402 as of November 10, 2011.
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6055 Primacy Parkway, Suite 140
Memphis, Tennessee 38119
Phone: (901) 221-8406