Patient Privacy Notices under current rules must reflect the notion of "meaningful consent." That means you need to explicitly tell patients their rights. Consent forms should to specify the rights of patients, as well as your responsibilities as a provider. For example: Patients should be informed that they may request copies of their health records, or that they can ask you for corrections to information in their records.
In the 10 Step Plan on MyHIPAAGuide.com, Step 8 includes several options for downloadable templates, in both English and Spanish, to help you achieve Meaningful Consent through properly worded Patient Privacy Notices. You may add your practice name and logo to the templates.