“The state’s free market think tank has elected Bruce Keough and Peter Angerhofer to its board of directors”
(CONCORD) The Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy, New Hampshire’s free-market think tank, announced today that it had elected Bruce Keough of Dublin and Peter Angerhofer of Durham to its board of directors.
Bruce Keough was a state senator from 1994-1996, served as chairman of the board of Trustees of the University System of New Hampshire, and was a candidate for governor in 2002. Now a private investor, he is recognized as a thoughtful advocate for free market policies in New Hampshire.
Peter Angerhofer has spent the last 15 years working in health care policy and administration, specializing in financial and reimbursement issues. He has worked for a series of hospitals, medical groups, and academic medical centers as a management consultant at APM and Deloitte Consulting. Most recently, he helped launch Accretive Health, the leading provider of healthcare revenue cycle management services. In 2010, he was a candidate for state senate.
Chairman of the Board Eugene Van Loan commented “Bruce Keough and Peter Angerhofer bring a level of thoughtfulness and experience to the organization that will be critical as we try to help New Hampshire navigate through the many policy challenges it faces. We couldn’t be more excited to attract people of this caliber.”
The Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy is a non-profit, non-partisan, independent think tank focused on state and local public policy issues that affect the quality of life for New Hampshire's citizens. The Center has as its core beliefs individual freedom and responsibility, limited and accountable government, and an appreciation of the role of the free enterprise system. The Center seeks to promote policy that supports these beliefs by providing information, research, and analysis.