The House Energy and Commerce Committee has published a district by district breakdown of the benefits of the health care bill. If you want to see what is in it for you, this is a good place to look.
By the way, the commentary may refer to a reduction in the costs of uncompensated care to hospitals (basically the uninsured or underinsured). That is most assuredly not a reduction in costs. It is a reduction in payments. Presumably the slack will be taken up by insurance payments. For costs to be reduced we'd have to take a hard look at what is going into the charges being assessed for procedures, office visits, etc. That is not happening here.