The state’s health insurance exchange has enrolled 717,207 in coverage since it was launched since Oct. 1, according to numbers provided by the state Department of Health on Monday.

Meanwhile, more than 1 million New Yorkers have completed applications, the DOH reported.

Despite the glitches in the roll out of the health exchange and Obamcare nationally, New York officials have touted the relative success of the state’s system.

New York was named the winner of the 2014 CBC Prize for Public Service Innovation, an award given by the Citizens Budget Commission.

“New York State has distinguished itself by creating NY State of Health, which has excelled while other state Marketplaces and the federally facilitated Marketplace have faltered,” said CBC President Carol Kellermann. “New York’s initiative provides an extraordinary public service through an innovative use of technology and an impressive array of consumer services.”

Senate lawmakers, however, noted problems with out-of-network costs in the health exchange as well as a lack of Spanish-language options that administration officials pledged would be addressed.