Medication Adherence in Patients With Sarcoidosis
Johns Hopkins Bayview Asthma and Allergy Center
Johns Hopkins Greenspring Station
Michelle Sharp, MD, MHS
Amanda Sevilla, BA
The goal of the study is to look at the relationship between how individuals with Sarcoidosis take the sarcoidosis medicines and how it affects the disease, to evaluate any factors that may make individuals not want to take the medicines, and to develop and refine ways to help support individuals with Sarcoidosis especially when it comes to the medicines. The overall hypothesis is higher medication adherence will be associated with better clinical outcomes in sarcoidosis. The investigators will enroll 150 patients with biopsy proven pulmonary sarcoidosis for at least one year who are on any oral treatment regimen for at least six months into a 12-month longitudinal study.