The digital health accelerator StartUp Health said Tuesday it has added 13 new companies to its portfolio, increasing its total to 84.

The new companies represent a diverse range of subsectors, from big data and medication adherence to patient engagement and nutrition.

(Some of the best thinkers in digital health will be discussing these issues at VentureBeat’s HealthBeat conference October 27-28.)

It includes four international companies, four based in the Midwest, and eight female founders.

“This new group of Healthcare Transformers represents the diversity of talent joining forces to reimagine healthcare,” said StartUp Health CEO Steven Krein in a statement. “And we couldn’t be more excited about the community that’s coming together to help startups scale and working together to transform the industry.”

The new companies:

AprilAge – Visualization software for motivating healthy lifestyle behaviors
Subsector: Patient Engagement
Location: Toronto, Canada

Curatio – Mobile matchmaking and patient engagement platform
Subsector: Patient Engagement
Location: Vancouver, Canada

DocEngage – CRM for healthcare with actionable patient data
Subsector: Practice Management
Location: Bangalore, India

Fit4D – Solving for adherence to diabetes Rx
Subsector: Medication Adherence
Location: New York, NY

Jaystreet Technologies – Intelligently managing patient appointments for healthcare providers
Subsector: Practice Management
Location: Manitowoc, WI

Kuveda– Personalized therapeutic cancer treatment options
Subsector: Big Data
Location: San Jose, CA

LifeBio – Capturing biographical data to enhance health and wellbeing
Subsector: Patient Engagement
Location: Marysville, OH

Meals to Heal – Customized nutritional solutions for people with chronic conditions
Subsector: Nutrition
Location: New York, NY

MedCloud WebClinic – Digital platform to manage and share healthcare information
Subsector: Provider Solutions
Location: Ponta Grossa, Brazil

Medtep – Tracking of medical and lifestyle-related data
Subsector: Patient Engagement
Location: Barcelona, Spain

Nutrify – The diet-planning tool for hospitals
Subsector: Nutrition
Location: New York, NY

Personal Medicine Plus – Patient engagement and activation software to delay the onset of chronic conditions
Subsector: Patient Engagement
Location: Paducah, KY

Tome – Connecting office furniture to corporate wellness using gamification to increase employee engagement
Subsector: Corporate Wellness
Location: Detroit, MI

StartUp Health has raised a total of $154 million to invest in startups. Three StartUp portfolio companies have been acquired: Basis Science by Intel in March 2014, Avado by WebMD in 2013, Arpeggi by Gene by Gene in 2013.

The accelerator provides coaching for its portfolio companies, as well as access to investors, customers, and advisors.