Bill HR 4302, the Protecting Access to Medicare Bill of 2014 mainly creates a temporary fix to the sustainable growth rate, or SGR, section of the bill which deals with reimbursement for Medicare physicians. Without a fix of some sort, Medicare physicians are facing an immediate 24% reimbursement rate cut. The revised bill controls this down to 0.5% initially and eases into transition.
Apparently on Monday Senator Ron Wyden (go Oregon!) proposed SGR Bill S 2157 that similarly corrected the SGR calculation problem but did not include the ICD-10 delay and also included wider reform for ICD-10 implementation, but this bill was opposed by yet another from Alabama Republican Senator Jeff Sessions and ultimately did not move ahead.
For a more complete report, see this excellent article from the Journal of the AHIMA.