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Xenter is launching new wireless technologies for interventional medicine, creating a digital health platform that aggregates device, medical data and diagnostics to advance clinical trial efficiency and device R&D.

Overall, Xenter’s impressive and evolving IP, together with its aggressive ramp up strategy, will enable the company to achieve its vision of propelling health care into the digital age through:

Xenter Medical Technologies

Wireless devices

Xenter Digital Technologies

Data-driven Physical Intelligence TM



Xenter Medical Technologies (XMT): XMT is responsible for manufacturing smart devices capable of capturing and utilizing Physical Intelligence data collected directly from patients. These devices – which are assessed with input from accredited medical professionals – will allow doctors to treat their patients in a smarter, less-invasive, and more efficient way.
Xenter Digital Technologies (XDT): XDT is responsible for developing and operating Xenter’s Global Healthcare Cloud, which gathers and stores Physical Intelligence data. This data is collected using Xenter’s smart, wireless medical devices, clinical research, patient proteomic and genomic data, and historical patient records. XDT’s advanced AI platform has the ability to transform therapeutic drug discovery and streamline medical procedures.



Just as you can use Google Maps’ Artificial Intelligence to get somewhere, you need real-time data when you are driving to know when a truck suddenly stops in front of you.
Through Physical Intelligence, Xenter gives healthcare providers real-time in vivo data to immediately see and act on what’s in front of them to help solve for the patient’s acute issue.

See the power of Physical Intelligence

While Artificial Intelligence within a device or software can guide decision-making, it takes real-time in vivo Physical Intelligence to clearly understand what a patient is experiencing. Xenter’s Physical Intelligence captures the procedural metrics in the moment from device sensors, imaging, blood tests and other data inputs.
These powerful insights inform a patient’s personalized clinical care path and also help identify who is most likely to require readmission—solving for the acute issue and optimizing the durable result.


Xenter is moving healthcare from its siloed limitations to a convergence of physical intelligence enabling device and data collection. You benefit from this transformational way to diagnose and treat disease, develop new devices and personalize treatment options.



Vice President of Intellectual Property

Mr. Jensen graduated from the University of Utah with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and worked as an engineer for several years prior to attending law school and the University of Houston, where he graduated cum laude.  Before joining Xenter, Mr. Jensen had a successful practice in intellectual property law representing a diverse clientele that ranged from individual inventors to some of the largest companies in the world. 

Mr. Jensen has extensive experience in intellectual property law including patent preparation and prosecution, trademark prosecution, freedom to operate and infringement analysis, post grant procedures with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, trademark oppositions, and patent and trademark litigation. 

Mr. Jensen’s patent practice has involved a variety of technologies including medical devices, aerospace technologies, oil and gas technologies, manufacturing processes and materials science, alternative energy, filtration and separation technologies, mining, input devices for consumer electronics, exercise equipment and sporting goods, firearms, and business methods and software.

Mr. Jensen has been honored to be included in Utah’s Legal Elite, Mountain States Super Lawyers, and The Best Lawyers in America® for multiple years.

Mr. Jensen enjoys spending time with his wife, children, and grandchildren.  He also enjoys the outdoors, fly fishing, and photography.