Corporate Compliance

Resolve Surgical Technologies’ culture embraces a commitment to serving patients, a passion for winning, continuous improvement, customer-centricity, collaboration and accountability. Our Corporate Compliance program is integral to bringing these values to life and fulfilling our client promise by helping ensure we conduct all business activities with integrity and in accordance with applicable guidelines, rules and regulations.

Resolve Surgical Technologies Supply Chain Code of Conduct

We hold our Suppliers to the same high standards of business conduct that is consistent with our values; we seek to use Suppliers that share our commitment. The Suppliers we use must comply with this Supplier Code of Conduct, our Human Rights Policy, and any applicable agreement, understanding or other binding agreement.

Read Supplier Code of Conduct.

Resolve Surgical Technologies Statement on Slavery and Human Trafficking

California Transparency in Supply Chains Act Disclosure
Resolve Surgical Technologies is strongly opposed to human trafficking and slavery and supports efforts to eradicate such practices. Resolve Surgical Technologies would never knowingly conduct business with contractors or suppliers engaged in such practices.

Given the nature of the types of products, implants and services we provide, it is our assessment that our business activities present little risk of promoting human trafficking and slavery. With respect to these issues, the California Transparency in the Supply Chains Act of 2010 (the “Act”) requires certain manufacturers and retailers, including Resolve Surgical Technologies, to disclose their efforts to eradicate human trafficking and slavery from their supply chains. The Act requires disclosure in five (5) areas: audits, verification, certification, training, and internal accountability. At this time, Resolve Surgical Technologies does not audit or independently verify its product supply chain or its direct suppliers for risks relating to human trafficking or slavery. According to the Resolve Surgical Technologies Code of Conduct and our contractual arrangements with suppliers, our suppliers are required to comply with applicable laws and regulations governing their business practices. Failure to comply with these contractual requirements constitutes breach of contract, but there is no separate certification process specifically for slavery and human trafficking. Resolve Surgical Technologies has incorporated information on addressing the potential for human trafficking or slavery in its supply chain into our regular training curriculum for employees and management with direct responsibility for supply chain management. The Resolve Surgical Technologies Compliance Program provides internal accountability procedures for these issues.

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Resolve Surgical Technologies Conflict Minerals Statement

Resolve Surgical Technologies supports the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act and are committed to sourcing conflict-free minerals for use in the manufacturing of our implants and instrumentation.

Read Resolve Surgical Conflict Minerals Policy.

Data Privacy

Resolve Surgical Technologies is committed to the protection of the data privacy of individuals and entities with whom we conduct business. We have appropriate administrative and security policies and procedures that comply with U.S. and international privacy and data protection requirements. If you have any questions about your data privacy please our Data Protection Officer at

For More Information

  • Data Privacy
  • Global Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
  • California Consumer Privacy Act
  • Corporate Citizenship – Payments to Physicians

Corporate Citizenship – Payments to Physicians

Physician Payments Sunshine Act
The Physician Payments Sunshine regulation (“Sunshine” or “Open Payments”) requires manufacturers of products reimbursed by Medicare or Medicaid (so-called “covered products”) and certain of their affiliates that operate in the United States to annually report to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (“CMS”) information about payments or other transfers of value they provide to U.S. physicians and teaching hospitals (collectively, “covered recipients”).

Any payment or transfer of value from a manufacturer operating in the United States to a covered recipient must be reported. Some examples are:

  • Meals provided both in and out of the physician’s office
  • Physician educational items that do not directly benefit the patient, including textbooks and scientific journal reprints
  • Payments for speaking engagements
  • The information will be posted on CMS’s Enterprise Portal

For questions related to information reported on you, send an email to

The information provided on this page does not constitute legal advice and is intended for educational purposes only. You should consult with your legal counsel for answers to any specific questions you may have. All information on this page is subject to change as a result of a change in law, regulation or guidance from CMS. For the most up-to-date information on Sunshine, please consult the Open Payments section on the CMS website.



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We are always looking for new opportunities to collaborate and innovate with external partners to help improve patient lives. If your company is looking for a partner to accelerate innovation and speed to revenue, please fill out the following form. Do not submit confidential or proprietary information through this form.