On 11 March 2016, the CBI published its consumer research on the renewal of private health insurance. The main findings of the research concluded that annual renewal notices do not provide sufficient information to consumers to make informed decisions, the level of care offered differs by sales channel and a number of providers' websites do not offer consumers policies from their full range when recommending policies. As a result of this research, the CBI is requiring providers to enhance content and the presentation of information contained in policy renewal notices to (a) clearly explain to consumers that their policy will automatically renew on the same policy if they do not contact their insurer prior to their renewal date, and (b) encourage consumers to make contact during the renewal process to ensure the provider assesses if they are more suitable policies available. The CBI confirmed that there will be further supervisory work conducted in this area later in the year.