In order to achieve the purpose, the present study reviews first research papers, both domestic and foreign, related to the e-SCM; it, then, sorts out the variables, economic and otherwise, that are believed to be the most important to the adaption factors of the e-SCM on Korean Hospitals. In recent days a growing concensus has been emerging among Korean Hospitals that a e-Supply Chain Management(SCM hereafter), if properly introduced and effectively managed, could secure a competitive edge in their Hospital business. Therefore, there is an urgent heed for an study that will attempt to find out the most significant factors, and most proprice Hospital environment, affecting the implementation of e-SCM in Korean Hospitals. For this study, 101 questionnaires were collected from the employee who is work at Korean Hospitals. We will make the concept by each variable clear through manipulative definition of each variable, also we will compose questions for the characteristics by each variable to be reflected. In relation to the questions required for the data analyses, 5 points Likert scale will use. The main findings are as follows: The relationship between the hospital types, hospital size and employee size and adaption degree of e-SCM was analyzed, respondents who had higher degree of hospital size and employee size showed higher level of adaption of e-SCM Regression analyses were carried out to examine the relative contribution of three set of variables on the adaption degree of e-SCM. This study explains that hospital environment factor, partner factor and IT infra factor are major factors in predicting the adaption degree of e-SCM. This study data has its limitation that collected by internet questionnaires. To present more solid data for the purpose of improving the study of e-SCM, further study which would complement the shortcomings is needed.