The governor says his administration is still in talks with the federal government over whether Indiana can use the Healthy Indiana Plan to expand Medicaid.
The federal government has extended Indiana's pilot health insurance program for another year, while the state looks for other ways to expand health care.
The company promoted the use of its kidney transplant drug Rapamune for unapproved uses.
Reimbursement rates to hospitals were cut 5 percent in 2010. The state plans to restoring 2 percent of those cuts next year.
House Ways and Means Chair Tim Brown says he will not advance a bill addressing implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
Republican leaders say uncertainty about the financial burden placed on the state by Medicaid expansion likely eliminates that option.
Governor Mike Pence says he is not pursuing healthcare expansion under the Affordable Care Act through the Medicaid program.
The bill directs the state to continue negotiations with the federal government, seeking a way to compromise on Medicaid expansion.
Rep. Ed DeLaney's proposal would have expanded Medicaid if the federal government did not approve the state's request to use the Healthy Indiana Plan.
Legislators considered a state constitutional amendment on hunting and fishing and a bill creating the Indiana Career Council and debated expanding Medicaid.