An auto-enrollment feature could help insurance plan enrollees who otherwise would drop out of coverage, primarily due to the "hassle cost."

A new study from Harvard University suggests that for some health insurance enrollees, the hassle of paying premiums is a barrier to maintaining health insurance—and explores an option that could keep them insured when traditional practices would have resulted in their termination from a policy.

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