In the United States alone, approximately 6.2 million children have asthma. Managing the care of pediatric patients presenting in the emergency department with asthma requires clinicians to access multiple locations within the electronic health record. This wealth of information makes it vital to develop methods for sifting through the clutter to information that is relevant to the specific task to be completed. Unfortunately, current information displays have not been developed to maximize provider efficiency when integrating information across a number of disparate locations. Using proven data display theories, we aimed to create a consolidated acute pediatric asthma display to aid in the patient’s care with the goal of improving the efficiency and consistency by which they are treated – ultimately reducing the length of stay, complications, and morbidity in these patients.