There is a mounting body of evidence suggesting that there is a large disparity between the development and the actual implementation of guideline-driven asthma care in primary and specialty care practices. To address this disparity, the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI) developed a unique, comprehensive and easy-to-use Web-based tool for clinicians who treat asthma patients called "Asthma Specialist Tool to Help Manage Asthma and Improve Quality" (Asthma-IQ). This study will examine whether the use of the Asthma IQ primary care tool will improve asthma care and asthma outcomes using a randomized trial of the Asthma IQ system versus usual asthma care in the primary care setting over 1 year. At the end of 1 year, all patients will be managed using the Asthma-IQ tool for an additional year to determine if the patients managed by usual care in the first year improve when managed in conjunction with Asthma-IQ. The primary endpoint to determine if the use of the Asthma IQ tool will improve asthma patient outcomes is quarterly assessments of Asthma Control Test (ACT) scores via automated / electronic patient survey. The secondary endpoint is asthma exacerbations and there are a number of exploratory endpoints to further define the clinical utility of the primary care version of Asthma-IQ. This study will involve recruiting approximately 20 family medicine offices with approximately 20 patients each, to conduct this randomized, multiple time point intervention trial. The necessary total recruited patient sample size is 200 per group. The results of this study will help determine the utility of Web-based tools to help manage chronic diseases such as asthma.