With the expected rise in bioimplants for preventive medicine, the need to transmit data efficiently and effectively from bioimplants to an external device is of utmost importance. Biological tissue presents a unique medium for a wireless channel with a propagation path unlike a typical free-space environment. This, in conjunction with the low-power requirements of a bioimplant, presents an opportunity for novel systems design. We engage in all steps of the design of biotelemetry devices including modeling of the propagation channel, systems level design, and the fabrication and testing of our designs.