With the deadline to enroll in a health insurance plan passed, the state Department of Health says 865,487 New Yorkers have enrolled through the state’s health exchange and 1.2 million have completed applications since Oct. 1.

With that pace, New York is on track to meet or exceed the goal of having 1.1 million registered through the exchange by the end of 2016.

“Year one on the Marketplace has been great success, and we’re thrilled that more than 865,000 New Yorkers have enrolled in quality, low-cost insurance,” said Donna Frescatore, executive director of NY State of Health. “Under the leadership of Governor Cuomo, hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers to have the peace of mind and security that come with having quality, affordable health insurance. Going forward, we will continue to help individuals, families and small businesses across the state to access the insurance coverage they need.”

According to the Health Department, 39,000 people registered in the marketplace alone before the end of open enrollment for individuals.

Though Monday was the deadline to enroll for individuals and families, the state’s exchange will allow for additional assistance for those who have taken steps to apply for coverage but are yet to complete the enrollment process.

All applications and enrollments in health plans must be completed by April 15.

Nationally, the Obama administration reported nearly 7 million people enrolled.