As a result of technological progress, the philosophy of service provision and structuring of states has changed and e-Government concept has begun to be used. The e-government philosophy, which aims to enable public services to be carried out electronically in a way that is faster and easier for citizens to access, less costly and more clear, it has also made itself felt in the health sector and the concept of e-health has begun to be used. Especially in the fields of tele-medicine, health information, digital hospital and mobile health, which are realized through internet and other technologies electronic health services have developed in the process. In this study, it is aimed to measure the level of e-health knowledge and attitudes of the students of Suleyman Demirel University Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences Health Management Department. In this context, "E-Health Attitude Questionnaire" developed by the researchers, 224 students were applied. It is seen that the level of knowledge about e-health applications increases as the class gets higher in Health Management students, the frequency of smart phone use almost coincides with one hundred percent and MHRS, one of the applications that have been passed on by the Ministry of Health, has reached to various results, in particular the most intensive application.