Dr. Asselin was involved in re-evaluating healthcare practices to fit today’s need. She was engaged at the forefront of computerized medical records, and conceived with network engineers, an internal private network to ease and improve patient care. She saw the risk of new software companies preying on unknowing doctors’ practices with expensive software. Consequently, she accepted to be a consultant to Medex, developers of some of the most affordable practices’ software. With the assistance of a well-regarded healthcare law firm in New York, Epstein Becker and Green, she established “Practice Without Walls,” a new practice model approach recommended by the New York Medical Society. The model was intended to decrease physicians’ overhead, and address the escalating effect of healthcare cost.