Two digital health companies, Verisys Corporation and Aperture Health, have been acquired and combined by funds managed by Stone Point Capital, a Greenwich, Connecticut-based private equity firm. No terms were disclosed.

Verisys provides a comprehensive cloud-based technology platform of data, analytics, and services that supports enterprise-wide compliance in the U.S. healthcare industry. The company’s platform protects healthcare consumers by enforcing competency and regulatory compliance, system integrity, and patient safety through transparency. The company has been around for more than 30 years.

Aperture Health helps health plans, health systems, and state Medicaid agencies improve provider data quality, build and manage provider networks, and publish and maintain provider directories. The company is the largest outsourced credentials verification organization in the United States.

“The combined company establishes a market leader in the credentialing, enrollment, and provider data management space that can provide an exceptional level of service, security, and scalability,” said Stone Point CEO Chuck Davis. “We’re looking forward to leveraging our network within the managed care and workforce risk management industries to support the company’s next phase of growth.”

Leverage Health will remain an active investor in the combined company. Aperture was represented by Bailey Southwell & Co., and Verisys was represented by Stifel.