Response to Delamater’s Comment on “A Conceptual Framework for Quality Healthcare Accessibility: A Scalable Approach for Big Data Technologies”
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The authors would like to thank Dr. Delamater for his interest and critique of our paper. We value these types of critiques as they serve as a vehicle in which science as a whole moves forward. We would also like to thank the Editors of Information Systems Frontiers for their support in improving the quality of scientific research and innovations by encouraging dialogues among researcg community in different fields. This rejoinder, in effect, will delineate our research paradigm and motivation. We hope that this will provide a contextual framework that guides our study.
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